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Kelly Rowland Remembers The Gabrielle Union Speech That Gave Her Chills: 'It Was Like She Was Reading My Journal"
Kelly also spoke on feeling like 2019 will be an exceptionally special year for excellence among Black women.
Go best friend! Sanaa Lathan spilled some unknown facts about Regina Hall at the ESSENCE Black Women In Hollywood awards.
Nobody Celebrates You Like Your Sisters! What It's Like to Attend ESSENCE's Black Women In Hollywood Awards
The annual Hollywood event is more than just a fabulous party, it's where Black Girl Magic comes to life.
You've got to see this beautiful and inspiring photos!
Amandla Stenberg is the youngest honoree at this years ESSENCE Black Women In Hollywood event, held Thursday. During her speech, we realized exactly who this old soul gets her wisdom […]
When it comes to getting your rightful piece of the pie, the Oscar winner believes you have to shoot straight.
We spotted these candid photos from the event on Instagram and they're gonna make you smile.
“I don’t think that this is some kind of weird mistake that keeps happening. I think this is willful ignorance,” says Smith.
What About Your Friends? Regina Hall Thanks Her Circle of Sisters In This Moving Black Women In Hollywood Moment
"They showed up when they knew I couldn't and that's what life requires."
The breakout star of 'If Beale Street Could Talk' was honored on Thursday at ESSENCE's Black Women in Hollywood Awards.
The actress got real when she spoke to ESSENCE about movie's importance at the Black Women In Hollywood event.
The spiritual adviser believes that "what you give, you receive tenfold."
At just 20-years-old, our 2019 Black Women In Hollywood honoree has already carved her own lane as young woman unafraid to speak her truth.
Through her craft, Regina has consistently shown the world that Black women can truly do it all and do it all well.
The 2019 honorees—KiKi Layne, Jenifer Lewis, Regina Hall and Amandla Stenberg—embody this year's timely event theme, The Power of Our Presence: Art & Activism.
Mary J. Blige was there to help honor the "What Men Want" star, saying, "She’s helped me through so many things and brought sunshine to my darkest days."
2019 ESSENCE Black Women In Hollywood honoree Jenifer Lewis has certainly earned her title as "The Mother of Black Hollywood." Which character was your favorite?