Through a partnership with Amazon, students have the opportunity to win prizes by creating an original remix of Ciara's "Set."
Estee Lauder Exec Ella Gorgla Says Now Is The Time For More Black Ownership In The Nearly $600 Billion Beauty Industry
"This is a global industry and Black people are helping to drive that consumption, but we're still underrepresented as owners."
ESSENCE's exclusive guide on how to see, taste and experience the hottest destinations in Black travel.
This year Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon put the “black” in Black Friday. Hear from more amazing Black women entrepreneurs at the ESSENCE + New Voices Entrepreneur Summit in ATL this December!
She sings, she collects checks...so why wouldn't you want to be like her?
Spend National Sandwich Day saving your coins and whipping up these delicious chicken sandwiches at home.
In a statement Friday, President M. Craig Barnes called the payments an "act of repentance."
ESSENCE got a chance to see the ladies in action.
Before headlining Fader Fort at A3C, Lil Keed sat down with ESSENCE.
The new ownership board of A3C tapped Dapper Dan for a special design.
From April Ryan to Mo'Nique, these notable names all got their start at this HBCU.
According to teammates and witnesses, 17-year-old Elyse Purefoy asked for water several times and didn’t get it.
It is critical that we unpack the substance beneath the sensation. Bottoms is Black; her name is Black; but are her politics in the best interest of Black people—and, if so, which ones?
“As an African American woman, I certainly understand where we are as a country and I have a great deal of respect for what [Kaepernick] has done and the personal sacrifice he's made to take a stance," the 60th Mayor of Atlanta told ESSENCE.
Dominique Williams turned himself into Atlanta police this week after being accused of a sexual assault that played out on Facebook.
The Super Bowl Host Committee picked the So So Def founder to showcase the best of Atlanta’s music in the leadup to the Super Bowl.
Cici is back with a pep rally-inspired video for her empowerment anthem.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms already signed an executive order to end the multi-million contract between ICE and the city jail.