These 16 photos prove that the music mogul can't stop and won't stop ever loving his darling little ladies!
The 'Girls Trip' villain is a Howard University alum and lovable talent who's ready to shine.
These images will solidify why this annual Bajan festival is a must to visit.
This week's 'Black Girl Magic Salute' goes to Kayla Robinson, whose woke t-shirts are a favorite with celebrities like Frank Ocean.
Dana is taking a monumental step in her life by heading off to college becoming the first person in her family to do so. With the help of Walmart, the soon-to-be college student prepares for her new journey.
These two amazing young ladies will soon take over the university's campus with their brains, beauty and Black Girl Magic!
'Black Girls Graduate' Co-Founder On Why Championing and Celebrating Amazing Black Women Became Her Mission
In 2013, Ashley Obasi, her sister Ijeamaka Obasi and best friend Tikkara Cooper decided it was time to celebrate Black women who succeed in their pursuit of a higher education.
Black graduates did not hold back with bringing the Black Girl Magic and Black Boy Joy to their grad caps this year. From celeb inspired styles to salutes to school spirit, the class of 2017 did not disappoint.
SPONSORED: #BlackGirlMagic: Celebrating the Drive for Black History Month
The actress won her fifth Screen Actors Guild Awards for her role in Fences.
The Women's March on Washington saw millions of women across the globe come together to protest the presidency of Donald Trump and the attack on human rights. While there, we caught up with a few Black women who gave us a word on protecting marginalized communities and preserving the magic that is Black women and girls.
So, how do we protect that special Black Girl Magic? Check out what they have to say in this moving video.
Started by legendary documentarian Albert Maysles, the Maysles Documentary Center in Harlem is a haven for kids with little access to safe and creative spaces to come and tell their untold stories.
Letitia James, a long-time public advocate, layouts the inefficiencies that are corroding the system and leaving children neglected, abandoned and abused.
Directed by Stefani Saintonge, this episode of ‘Black Girl Magic’ follows Gio and her sister who have been in and out of foster care since they were toddlers. Now living in separate foster homes, Gio is learning the art of resilience while developing her innate sense as a creator and visionary.
It seems like 2016 was, by unanimous declaration, a year of hardship and heartbreak for many.
Murray-Thomas, founder of SHE Wins Leadership Institute, talks social media and the importance of encouraging young black women to find and express their voices.