From Yara Shahidi's 7th Sun Productions to Issa Rae's partnership with WarnerMedia, these Black women are securing the production bag.
The comedian is speaking out on what many Black women experience in corporate environments.
Since her health issues back in March, the actress has used therapy and other methods to get her life back on track.
The celebrity women are living their best single lives, and inspiring us to never settle.
The comedian and star of "Insecure" will blend her "Smart, Funny & Black" comedy game show with the annual awards show.
Podcasters Amanda Seales, Jemele Hill, Van Lathan and more lend their voices around Black Lives Matter protests, racial inequalities and social change movements
"They have the best of intentions for their network but not necessarily for my culture,” she said.
The comedian and "Insecure" actress said there were people at the top "not respecting the necessity for Black voices to be at the top too.”
Take one last look back with Issa, Molly, Tiffany and Kelli!
She also shares what she thought of Amanda Seales' side eye, and why it's nothing but love between the co-hosts.
The comedian will become the Emmy-winning show's fifth permanent host, replacing Tamar Braxton who left in 2016.
ESSENCE asked a number of Black celebrities about their usage of the word "auntie" and here's what they said.
Amanda Seales Hilariously Explains The Difference Between White People And People Who Happen To Be White
The actress drops some gems on our "Yes, Girl!" podcast this week.
Sorry, Everybody Else! Amanda Seales' HBO Comedy Special Is 'Clearly And Specifically For Black Women'
"I Be Knowin’" premieres Saturday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.
The actress and comedian is disappointed that Knight will perform at the event, but thinks she can be redeemed.