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In the 2020 presidential election, the California senator leaned into the intersection of her identities and just made history.
“We deserve to be protected as human beings,” the rapper writes in a powerful New York Times opinion piece.
“And, you know, one of us got fired after that,” the 'Insecure' creator and star said at the Emmys.
Celeste Jones is shooting boudoir photos to empower all women: “I wanted any woman to look at my photos and say, ‘She did it. I can do it too.’”
The "Monster's Ball" star lamented to Variety that she remains the only Black woman to win the Best Actress Academy Award.
Obama talked about the daily slights that Black women experience on her podcast.
Natural hair bias exists, and now there's proof that it affects the hiring process.
Lauren Speed was surprised when other Black women supported her interracial relationship.
"As a woman of colour living in this day and age, I tell you, it’s not easy," said the reality star.
"They literally could not have picked a better woman," Miss Universe Australia Priya Serrao said about the pageant's winner from South Africa.