Black Feminists | an online resource for black feminists descended from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the original inhabitants of Australasia and North America.

This is a group for women who are ‘black’ in the political sense i.e. all women descended (through one or both parents) from Africa, Asia (i.e. the Middle East to China, including the Pacific nations), Latin America and those descended from the original inhabitants of Australasia, North America, and the islands of the Atlantic and Indian Ocean. This includes trans women. It was set up to provide a safe space to discuss the issues that affect us.

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Stella's Voice | There is no one in the entire world more vulnerable to sex trafficking than orphaned girls

I am an orphan. No one cares about me. I am hungry. I am cold. I am despised. I am abandoned. I am abused. I am Stella’s Voice. A voice is all that is left of Stella, a handicapped orphan. Homeless, powerless, silenced. Used by evil men. Dead at nineteen. I am Stella’s Voice. I am the voice of orphans. I am their prayer for food, for warmth, for love. I am their cry for protection from sex traffickers. Will you be Stella’s Voice too? Together, we can make her voice louder. Together, our prayers are more powerful. Together, we can make a difference. Will you be Stella’s Voice?

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