Part 1 of in(HER)view: a conversation with black women asks, “Why do you love being a Black woman?” The eight-part series asks five Black women the same eight questions about their lived experiences — from what they love about being a Black woman to the challenges they face.

Video subjects include Genesis Tremaine, co-founder of bklyn boihood, teacher, and artist; Jasu Sims, youth mentor, activist and organizer; Kimberley McLeod, communications director and creator of Elixher.com; Peta-Gaye Williams, social worker and wellness warrior; and Ryann Holmes, co-founder of bklyn boihood.

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