Friday, January 22, 2016
When Moesha arrived on our TV screens on January 23, 1996, young Black women everywhere knew they were tuning in to something special. Mo to the... E to the... Here, Moesha's ride-or-die bestie talks about growing up in front of the camera, and the on-air black girl magic.read more...
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
The controversy surrounding this year's Oscar nominations has reignited necessary conversations about diversity in Hollywood. Why have there only been 35 Oscars given to Black talent in the Academy's 87-year history? Why aren't there more actors and actresses of color nominated year in and year out? Why are the #OscarsSoWhite? From Hattie McDaniel (the first Black person to ever win) to Denzel Washington (the only Black actor to have two Oscars), here's a look at African-American Academy Awards winners.view gallery...
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Natalie Cole, Jada Pinkett Smith, Dr. Maya Angelou, Dr. Martin Luther King—the list of famous Black sorority sisters and fraternity brothers is endless. As five of the biggest Black sororities and fraternities celebrate their Founder's Day this month, here's a look at a few of their famous members.view gallery...