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The magazine featured Cheslie Kryst, Kaliegh Garris and Nia Imani Franklin on its digital cover: "Welcome to the era where Black women reign supreme!”
If you're not listening to Kid Fury and Crissle, you're seriously missing out.
The black women's magazine is no longer under Time Inc.
Rye discusses blackness, politics, current events and more on "On 1."
When asked about how she personally handles dealing with her mental illness, Jones had this to say: “Recognizing that you
Vanessa K. De Luca, editor-in-chief of ESSENCE Magazine, spoke with Huffington Post contributor J.D. Myall to discuss her
“I’m black, I’m dark and I’m f**king beautiful."
The filmmaker talks diversity and the power of art in ESSENCE.
The first couple discuss their legacy in the magazine's October issue.