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Stop Asian Hate

By Trinh Truong National Womxn of Color Collective stands in solidarity with Asian Americans who are outraged and heartbroken by the recent and ongoing hate crimes against Asian Americans. Our hearts go out to the victims of the Atlanta shooting and the elderly who have taken the brunt of the […]

Illuminate Summit Press Release

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   [Los Angeles, CA] - (March 8, 2021) -- Womxn of color in the legal profession are severely underrepresented, especially in positions of leadership.  The 2020 NALP Report on Diversity in U.S. Law Firms found that only 9.32% of total lawyers at law firms were womxn […]

Honoring Black Womxn During Black History Month & Beyond

“You may not always have a comfortable life.  And you will not always be able to solve all of the world's problems at once.  But don't ever underestimate the impact you can have, because history has shown us that courage can be contagious, and hope can take on a life […]

NWOCC Participates in its First Giving Tuesday!

  We are proud to participate in our first GIVING TUESDAY!  Today, “[p]eople around the globe will come together in unity and showing kindness and generosity in all its forms by giving their voice, time, money, goods, and advocacy to support communities and causes.”  We want you, our community, to […]

We Salute You, Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris!

It’s been a long and daunting election season.  Womxn of color around the nation held their breath in anticipation for the hope that Senator Kamala Harris would gain a new title as Vice President, taking her place in the White House as a leader of our nation that has never […]

Womxn of Color, VOTE!

As the nation embarks on one of the biggest elections in its history, media outlets and celebrities alike have continued to push the importance of voting.  Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy, and this election will decide everything from racial equality to defunding the police, marriage equality, womxn’s rights, […]

The Legacy of RBG and Her Impact on Womxn of Color

On Friday, September 18, 2020, the legal community and our entire nation were shaken as news that Associate Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsberg (RBG), died after a long fight against pancreatic cancer and its complications.   Known as the “notorious RBG,” she was a fearless advocate whose career focused on fighting […]

Breonna Taylor’s Death & the Injustice that Prevailed

Breonna Taylor deserved the very justice that the criminal justice system so readily says it’s meant to provide. Breonna Taylor deserved the very service and protection that the police took an oath to perform.  Breonna Taylor deserved the very life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness that the Constitution declared is an inalienable right for each and every citizen of these United States.  Yet again, like the many men and womxn that preceded her, Breonna Taylor received no such justice.