Diary of Angry Black Women began as a re-platforming initiative, as we reclaimed a previously well known meme page. Our new mission is to give space to the narratives of black individuals, and to give a platform to widen the understanding of black life in America.
Community Outreach & Partnership Lead
Kira Sneed is a photographer, activist and a creative coordinator. Kira is a DC native, currently operating in Baltimore MD. Her personal work fixates on Identity, Emotion And Self Discovery while telling it through multiple different lenses. They have been apart of organizing and has kickstarted a mutual aid program aiding and supporting BIPOC non-binary folxs. Kira also has Founded Meta Cafe. A Cafe focusing on plant based consumption + sustainability. By creating spaces for community involvement and engagment.
Research Lead & Creative Editor
Akea Brionne is a black femme photographer, writer, curator, and cultural
organizer.Her creative work explores the connections between race, identity, and segregation in America, and her curatorial and organizing work focuses on giving space to historically marginalized creatives of color. She is also the co-founder of Shades Collective, which focuses on the BIPOC creatives in the arts, humanities, and academia. She is originally from New Orleans, Louisiana and lives and works in Baltimore, MD.