In a recent interview, Carson opened up about being axed from the series after calling out Warner Bros. for neglecting the show in favor of 'Friends.'
Often referred to as the "Dean" of the Civil Rights Movement, Lowery passed away peacefully in his home on Friday surrounded by family.
Sheryl Swoopes, Lisa Leslie, and Rebecca Lobo were the first players to sign during the WNBA's inaugural season, inspiring women everywhere.
The singer opened up about how her "life changed drastically" while creating her recent album, "When I Get Home," and working through fear.
"Hopefully I lay down a foundation or a blueprint that encourages people to be the best version of themselves," Michael B. Jordan shared with ESSENCE.
"We got too much hate. It's bigger than my bell bottoms," Cole shared.
The model gives ESSENCE a few BTS getting ready moments.
Quoting Audre Lorde, the "Black-ish" actress gave thanks to the Black women who are telling our stories.
The singer called on allies "to pull up" and work with each other to fix issues facing the world.
The tribute opened with an empty basketball court onstage and featured highlights from the late NBA superstar's career.
Stars like Tracee Ellis Ross, Cynthia Erivo, and Sterling K. Brown swayed and sang along to hits "The Way" and "Do You Remember."
Our favorite looks from tonight's ceremony.
Black beauties flooded the red carpet at the 2020 NAACP Image Awards.
The actress was recognized for her hit film "Little" and ABC's "Black-ish."
"Rihanna epitomizes the type of character, grace, and devotion to justice that we seek to highlight in our President’s Award,” said President Derrick Johnson.
And this is why representation matters.