Black women are celebrated on Forbes’ 2023 ’50 Over 50′ list


Claudine Gay, Edgerley Family Dean of Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences, addresses an audience during commencement ceremonies, Thursday, May 25, 2023, on the schools campus, in Cambridge, Mass. Harvard has announced that Gay is to succeed Harvard University Lawrence Bacow, and is to become its new president beginning July 1, 2023. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
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This week, Forbes released their “50 Over 50″ list, which showcases powerful women – and over half of the women are Black women.

The list includes environmental justice advocate Catherine Coleman Flowers, Viola Davis, Claudine Gay (who was named Harvard University president last month), Mae Jemison (the first Black woman to travel to space in 1992), the legendary Ms. Patti Labelle, and many more.

Congrats to all the women celebrated, proving success can come at any time in life! See the full list here.

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