These celebrities proved that any day is a great day to celebrate Black beauty.
Arielle and Arianna Williams, who graduated at the top of their class, also received more than $1 million in scholarships.
This video of a young Black queen saying she’s ugly is a heart-breaking reminder of the self-work we have to do for our girls.
The actress proves it with her latest endeavor.
Wanjiku Gatheru is the first Rhodes Scholar selected out of the University of Connecticut, while Arielle Hudson is the first Black woman from Ole Miss to receive the honor.
The organization is celebrating its five-year anniversary in a major way.
Sydney Wilson, who turned 14 just last week, is the youngest student to ever be accepted into the prestigious Spelman College.
The appointment of Rev. LaKeesha Walrond as President of the New York Theological Seminary marks a new era for the seminary.
Alexis Peterson and Taykeetria Rogers are the first-ever Black female valedictorian and Black female salutatorian in Junction City, Arkansas, School District History.
A record-breaking number of 32 Black women are set to graduate from The United States Military Academy at West Point.
Little Lana has got the skills that pay the bills....and she's not even in kindergarten yet!
What's understood doesn't have to be said — but sometimes it should be worn.
Kayla Willis was accepted into 31 colleges and offered more $900,000 in scholarships, showing us what Black Girl Magic can achieve.
Judge Cassandra Hollemon, one of the 17 Black female judges who was recently elected in Harris County Texas, lost her life to pancreatic cancer.
“Working with Prada at the start of my career is incredible. They’re an iconic brand that has a cool approach to fashion,” says Yai.