In the latest installment of ESSENCE's Do Good Brother series, we highlight Brandon Frame from TheBlackManCan.
In the latest installment of ESSENCE's Do Good Brother series, we highlight Baltimore-based artist, Pierre Bennu.
Dominic Austin's non- profit organization helps tackle cancer and raise awareness for those in need of financial and emotional assistance while they fight for their lives.
How Marvin Pierre Created ‘8 Million Stories’ To Become A Change Agent For Black And Brown Boys Everywhere
A native New Yorker, Marvin Pierre knows all too well about the impact that mentorship can play in a young Black man’s life. In fact, his life may have taken […]
Maurice Stinnett Is Making Black History As The First Black Man Appointed To Lead Diversity For An NBA Team
Stinnett recently made history as the first Black man to be appointed as vice president of Diversity and Inclusion at an NBA team. Here's how he did it.
Seven years ago, a group of young photographers from Soweto (Johannesburg) grew weary of the negative depictions that were being used to portray their neighborhood in the media. This narrative […]
If you’ve ever sailed the seas of Croatia or Thailand for The Yacht Week, a series of floating festivals that simultaneously occurs in multiple international cities, then you know that […]
Her husband may be the bigger star, but you’re gonna put some respect on Pauletta Washington‘s name, especially around her son. BlacKkKlansman star John David Washington recently sat down with TODAY’s Craig […]
The father of two has been living the good life and these photos say it all.
Chance The Rapper's Youth Charity Foundation 'SocialWorks' Receives $1 Million Grant From Google
“Many folks will go back for homecoming…but will not send a dollar."
It's no secret that Bey and Jay are a notoriously hush-hush couple when it comes to their private lives. The Carter's may not be outspoken about their charitable contributions, but it doesn't mean they're not giving back. Flip through our gallery to see some of the couple's most notable community efforts.
Awww! The rapper and ESSENCE Fest performer said his mother was the inspiration for his Common Ground Foundation.
Russel Wilson, who's been volunteering weekly at Seattle Children's, has taken to Instagram with loads of photos that are sure to pull at your heart strings. Wilson follows a long line of celebs who use their gifts for the good of others around the world.