Polishing Your Pedestal is a hub of resources designed to engage, empower, and enlighten Black women. Here are few favorites from our Creator/Editor-In-Chief to start! Some resources are for light-hearted comedic relief while others are providing critical discourse to issues specifically involving Black women! Additional resources will be added regularly from Pedestal Project readers.

To submit a resource, please connect with us below!


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Scholarly Articles

Smith, Brandi Patrice, and Zeynep Madak-Erdogan. “Urban Neighborhood and Residential Factors Associated with Breast Cancer in African American Women: a Systematic Review.” Hormones and Cancer, 2018, doi:10.1007/s12672-018-0325-x.


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(Credit: YouTube, For Harriet, Kimberly Foster)

(Credit: Facebook, Love Letters to My Sorors, March 13, 2018)

What are your favorite resources for Black women? Share them with The Pedestal Project to have them added to Polishing Your Pedestal!

Editor’s Note: All content of resources listed in “Polishing Your Pedestal” or on “The Pedestal Project” website in its entirety is the sole property of the listed and credited owners. The Pedestal Project makes no monetary commercial gain for the listing of resources and links all content back to the orignal owners. For more information, please contact pedestalprojectorg@gmail.com.
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