Trevor Noah

These days, Black or African descended women often feel utterly invisible. We are often invisible when it comes to our research being supported, our careers acknowledged for hire and promotion, or even our work within religious leadership. Some of us, in the UK, regularly experience people walking into us as if we are physically invisible!

Here’s a few moments of acknowledgement from one of the bright stars of America’s late night TV. Trevor Noah, a South African man who took the entertainment world by storm as the host of The Daily Show, recently stepped down from his job. In his remarks, he indicates that Black women provide a perspective of America that is vastly overlooked and under-appreciated.

As you write, preach and engage in activism, may you revel in being seen and heard!

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