From Madison To Miss Black USA: How Growing Up In The Midwest Prepared TaKema Balentine For Her Throne
Balentine is the first Miss Black USA from the LGBTQ community and from Wisconsin to ever reign. She says each of her identities played a role in helping her win.
Meet the Black woman saving the earth's oceans one initiative at a time.
The association announced its stance on Pantaleo’s employment after a New York judge recommended that the officer be fired for his actions.
Army Pfc. Glendon Oakley, Jr., is now being regarded as a hero after he rescued a number of children from the scene.
Eric Garner's Daughter Says New York Will See Its Biggest March Yet If Officer Pantaleo Is Not Fired
In an exclusive interview with ESSENCE, Emerald Snipes-Garner, Eric Garner's daughter, says she will not stop demanding justice.
Brown was a 16-year-old girl when she was convicted for the murder a real estate agent who solicited sex from her.
Protesters chanted "Fire Pantaleo," the New York police officer who killed Eric Garner in 2014.
"I want Mark Zuckerberg power," she says.
In an era where high Twitter and Instagram followers can deliver little reward, ColorComm founder Lauren Wesley Wilson did something different: She built a community in real life.
The motive behind the violent attack is still unclear.
CNN anchor Victor Blackwell pushes back against Trump's tweets about Baltimore in a passionate response.
Noname's Book Club will feature new books each month for her followers to read.
In an interview with ESSENCE's News & Politics Director Yesha Callahan, Booker said that it’s not enough for voters to know what he’s against, but also what he’s for.
The new Progress Center for Black Women in Madison, Wisconsin, will be a 10,000 square feet oasis.
The number of active tech hubs on the continent grew by 50 percent between 2016 and 2018, a recent study pointed out.
The data exposed by the breach included Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, birthdays, credit card numbers and passport information.
The debates will be held over two nights in Detroit on July 30 and 31.
What was supposed to be a quick and simple inquiry escalated when a security guard pulled a gun out on an active duty Sheriff's Deputy.