About Voix Noire

Voix Noire began as a reactionary response to the many non-inclusive spaces that intentionally and narrowly define womanhood and femmehood to exclude many of us.

Voix Noire is made for and by Black Women and Femme identified people of ALL genders. We uplift ALL Black Women and Femme identified people through activism, storytelling and images.

Our goal is to build a platform which elevates conversations around Black liberation by centering the voices, stories and bodies of those of us who are underrepresented in the media.

To read testimonials from people we have helped, click here.

Our Founder


Voix Noire is the brain child of Creighton Leigh, a writer, speaker and organizer out of New York. She is NOT paid for the work she does. If you'd like to support her, join her Patreon page.

To learn more about Creighton, visit her personal site at CreightonLeigh.com

Our Organizers

Amy Jones


Amy Jones lives and breathes activism in all its forms. Serving as Community Organizer she coordinates advocacy efforts around state legislation through a social justice lens. Amy heads multiple committee efforts: Women of Color, criminal justice reform, and reentry to action. Amy led the organizing efforts for Albany’s first-ever BlackOut Festival, commemorating the significance of Black August. She coordinates direct-giving for black and brown women in need, was instrumental in organizing the Albany Women of Color March in January 2019, and has moderated and sat on multiple equity and justice-focused panels locally and beyond.

As a woman who was formerly incarcerated and has herself battled addiction, Amy is unwavering in her fight for freedom, equity, and treating all people with dignity and the utmost sense of humanity. You can donate to Amy's bail pool.