For the lawyer turned waitress turned TV News Anchor, the journey wasn't always Black and White, but she's not stopping anytime soon.
The rapper and his mother, Dr. Mahalia Ann Hines sat down with ESSENCE to talk about their new education initiative.
“Even stateside and around the world people still think systemic racism is a mystery and it’s not.”
How The White House Stands To Disrupt The Progressive Practices Of Brooklyn’s First Black District Attorney
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ignited a new War on Drugs. For the third largest district attorney’s office in the nation, that means dismantling “smart on crime” measures former DA Kenneth P. Thompson fought vigorously for.
In an exclusive interview, the former ESSENCE Editor-In-Chief discusses the importance of mentoring and being honored by the Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps for her work in the Black community.
In an ESSENCE exclusive, Hampton University alum Laurie Hylick shares what it was like witnessing her grandmother’s story play out in the Oscar-nominated film.
The former NBA player hopes to shine a light on race relations in America. But can the man who has come under fire for his own criticism of the African-American community do so?
For more than five years, ColorComm has been connecting women of color to executives in the field of communications. Now, the growing organization is targeting millennials with a fellowship program that will equip them with the tools to climb the corporate ladder.
Linda Spradley Dunn has been at the helm of her own business for over 20 years. Now she’s taking $25K of her company’s capital to help other Black women in their entrepreneurial pursuits.
This refreshingly charming island has all the makings for an awesome spring retreat.
Across the nation, more than 80 percent of Black women are breadwinners, yet on average, they are paid 63 cents for every dollar paid to a White man.
Get a little something for everyone on your list with these eleven stocking stuffers that aim to please.
Founders of multimedia platform Democracy In Color says it starts with the DNC.
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The hit 70’s group says they’ll do everything they can to put Clinton in the White House.
“I’m constantly trying everything," the legendary model told us at the 20th anniversary celebration of Mohegan Sun.