During our 2021 ESSENCE Wellness House, Coach Gessie explains why fibroids plague 90% of Black women and what we can do about it.
Congresswoman-Elect Cori Bush: Black Women Aren’t Running To Be ‘The ‘First,’ But So That We’re Not The Last
We’re still waking up every day to a world that many fervently want to believe is “post-racial,” but it simply is not.
The pursuit of happiness begins with one small step. Here, women from ages 23 to 50-plus reveal the simple acts that have brought them tremendous joy. Get inspired!
Black women have always been at the forefront of history, laying the groundwork, meeting the moment, and galvanizing real change. It’s time that we change the narrative around our contributions.
To give Black Breastfeeding Week 2020 the attention it deserves, ESSENCE asked three experts on the matter to sit down with Deputy Editor Allison McGevna to break down why breastfeeding matters to Black women and the challenges and triumphs that they face.
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During a powerful conversation at ESSENCE Wellness House this past weekend, the actress explained why Black women's vulnerability, and not their suffering, is the true hallmark of our strength.
In addition to Ford's festival participation, the company has pledged to donate $700,000 to support Black women in 6 cities hit hardest by COVID-19
The motivational speaker came joined the Essence Wellness House and explained why its time for Black women to put themselves "at the front of their own line."
Black women can swim and still keep their curls healthy.
Psychologist Ayanna Abrams explains how those serums and jade roller purchases might actually be improving your mental health.
For Black women, our friendships are more than comforting. They're necessary for our survival.
"We are Black women! We build. We don't tear down other Black women!"
"Everyone needs to feel heard and be validated,” said Ware.
During a recent town hall with ESSENCE, licensed clinical psychologist Sherry Blake explains how Black women confront trauma in our everyday lives.