First Lady Michelle Obama said this issue is close to her, as an African American woman.
More than 50 colleges and universities in the U.S. have open sexual violence investigations.
The L.A. Clippers player initiates a social media manhunt for the prime suspect in his aunt's death.
Last Thursday, the foundation held their annual “New Orleans to New York City Gala” to celebrate the achievements of their nine scholars.
Four votes shy of Senate approval, the bill to restore the ACA’s contraception mandate was blocked.
The university's efforts to promote diversity through affirmative action policies have been upheld by the appeals court.
For the first time in 25 years, women of color will be leading the National Education of Association.
Rep. Stacey Abrams, Democratic minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives, will join @ESSENCE_Debates on July 9 to discuss Black women at the polls.
The law creating a 35-feet buffer zone to keep protesters from reaching abortion clinic patients in Massachusetts was struck down by the Supreme Court Thursday.
The nation’s highest court says police can no longer search cellphones during arrests without a warrant.