Haters failed to show up for a scheduled anti-Beyonce protest in New York City this week. But not to worry, the sisters of Black Girls Rising were there to show their support for Bey. Relive this inspiring moment in Black woman solidarity.
ESSENCE celebrated Grammy-nominated Black women in music with a star-studded event in Los Angeles. Go inside the exclusive invite-only soiree. We see you Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Zendaya, and Kelis.
ESSENCE's 7th annual Black Women in Music event celebrated Grammy-nominated Black women in music. The star-studded evening featured special performances by Grammy nominees Jazmine Sullivan and Andra Day. Here's your all-access recap.
There's no such thing as too much Beyoncé. If all the images floating around online aren't enough, the Queen herself shared these pictures with ESSENCE. Enjoy!
We caught up with stylist Marni Senofonte who styled Beyoncé for her Super Bowl performance to talk fashion, the nod to Black culture and paying homage to Michael Jackson.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the organization's formation.
There's so much to talk about in Beyoncé's new video.
Each February, since 2008, ESSENCE has hosted an exclusive pre-Oscars soiree to honor the best and brightest Black women in Hollywood. From Diahann Carroll to Cecily Tyson, Oprah Winfrey to Lupita Nyong'o, the annual luncheon is that time of the year where we can celebrate the women who illuminate positive images of us, on-screen or behind-the-scenes. As we gear up for the 10th annual soiree on February 23, we're taking a look back at all our honorees through the years.
Filmmaker Rita Coburn Whack says getting money from someone featured in the film would go against “journalistic integrity.”
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.
The Fifty Shades of Black star adds his opinion to the blazing hot conversation around #OscarsSoWhite.
#OscarsSoWhite Creator April Reign: I'm Not Saying the Oscars Are Racist, I'm Saying They Need to Be More Inclusive
When writer and activist April Reign tweeted #OscarsSoWhite in 2015, little did she know it would mobilize the world into a conversation about minority representation in Hollywood.
Murphy was asked to present at the Oscars in 1988. Before he could present, he had a few words for the Academy.
Hart is "bridging the gap between athlete and the person that doesn't understand that there's an athlete in them."
Trill friends: how many of us have them?
Before winning a Golden Globe award, Taraji P. Henson hosted this year's BET Celebration of Gospel, which featured spirited performances by Yolanda Adams, Tank, Erica Campbell, and more. Gospel royalty showed up and showed out. Here's our red carpet recap.
Perry “sets the narrative straight” about his contributions to the network.