"I didn't want to be White, but I wanted to feel like I fit into my environment," says Long.
"I want more for myself. I want more for Black female writers and directors in this business," she said.
The "Fatal Affair" actress told a fan about the three wellness habits that keep her looking forever young.
The Queen of Comedy is suing the streaming service for race and gender bias.
“I want to have variety in my career, because this industry likes to assume what types of roles an actress who looks like me can play,” she says.
From wellness sessions, to all-access interviews with our favorite celebrities, our Blackness was on display — and it was beautiful.
A Black cyclist was concerned about the lack of social distancing going on in Philly. When he spoke up, a bar owner reacted with his gun.
"There's a compulsion in anyone who's creative to be inspired by these moments…to create something that is a reflection of what you're feeling," he says of the inspiration behind the docuseries.
“These type of superhero Black women exist every single day,” says KiKi Layne, who stars in Prince-Bythewood's "The Old Guard."
Up first: Pathy Dejesus from Netflix’s Girls from Ipanema.
“Too often we see race and Black stories portrayed through a white lens,” said the quarterback-turned-activist.
"We have to, as Black women, continue to stand by each other. I don't know that I would've made this film if it wasn't for Lena," she says.
D.C.-based brand The Spice Suite, founded by Howard University alum Angel Gregorio, and Kelis are joining forces to wake up your taste buds.
In Spike Lee's timely new drama, this rising star taps into his own family’s history of Black men fighting wars at home and abroad
Ludacris, Kandi Burruss and Eddie Murphy are some of celebrity parents that celebrated their kids' graduations.