Her site, Black Women Photographers, is a forum where members can celebrate each other’s work. It’s also a platform both to elevate the work of Black women in the photo and documentary industry as well as to help financially support photographers whose livelihoods have been affected by the pandemic. And it’s a database, so editors and curators can reach out to new talent and expand inclusive hiring practices.
The “her” in that quoted bit is photographer Polly Irungu who started the site. It is a great site to browse. Bookmark it. Use it to be inspired by great photographers. Use it to find the next photographer for a gig.