Pro-Georgia Inaugural Women of Color Leadership Cohort

On May 20th,  Pro-Georgia announced a cohort of 14 women leading work in the state of Georgia as the 2019 Pro-Georgia Women of Color Thought Leaders. We are happy to announce that LaTosha Brown (Co-Founder of Black Voters Matter Fund) was selected as part of the inaugural leadership cohort.

By |May 29th, 2019|

LaTosha Brown becomes a 2019 Senior Fellow for Prism

Prism is a new 501c3 nonprofit affiliate to Daily Kos that elevates stories, ideas, and solutions from people whose voices are critical to a reflective democracy. The Prism platform leverages Daily Kos’s reach of 10M monthly unique readers to bring sustained awareness to issues like voting rights, criminal justice and climate justice and drive national exposure for diverse voices, showcase unique ideas, lift up underrepresented voices, and bring innovative solutions to the forefront. Fellows help shape national narratives, bring visibility to communities organizing on the front lines and amplify solutions to systemic problems. The 2019 Prism Senior Fellows include: Aimee Allison (Founder of She the People), LaTosha Brown (Black Voters Matter), Maurice Mitchell (National Director of Working Families Party), Hon. Kevin Killer (Member of the Dakota Senate)

By |May 29th, 2019|

Latosha Brown facilitating a global discussion with ENPAD in Brussels

“ENPAD and UN Human Rights Office organise a core group of parliamentarians of African descent to meet in Brussels to set up global caucus to accelerate the implementation of the UN Decade for People of African Descent 5 years on” On the following day of the landmark vote and again in Brussels, ENPAD organised together with UN Human Rights Office and the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) a meeting of African Descent members of parliament from around the globe to reaffirm the […]