Black Women

"I'm not interested in serving the experience or point-of-view of white people," the filmmaker said. "I just don't care."
After time away from acting, the star of “Miss Juneteenth” continues to shift paradigms with her roles.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a particular toll on Black women in the United States. The added trauma of last summer’s historic racial justice protests is causing Black women new levels of anxiety, depression, insomnia, and physical health effects.
Racism and sexism span nearly every industry especially in professional sports. As women demand equal pay, the wage gap and player disparity debates continue in the WNBA.
Regina King, Tracee Ellis Ross, Lynn Whitfield and more of today’s Black leading ladies define what the pioneer’s legacy means to them.
The comedian, who first appeared on "Saturday Night Live" in 2003, said he has no plans to stop anytime soon.
Hollywood constantly ignores Black women’s impact. It’s about time they get the recognition they deserve.
For nearly 30 years, Brock Akil has created and written for shows like “Girlfriends” and “The Game” that have shown the world a diverse look at Black women’s lives and shaped what we see on TV today.
“I know a thing or two about having that kind of pressure put on you, and it isn’t always easy," the former first lady told the inauguration poet.