Janelle Monáe Opens Up About Healing And Self-Acceptance During The Pandemic: ‘I Don’t Have To Prove Anything’
The Grammy-nominated artist reveals how the pandemic allowed her time to heal from childhood trauma, rejection, and abandonment issues.
'Networking the Black Church' author Erika Gault, Ph.D., details how the pandemic and online communities play into young people deconstructing their faith.
Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart details the ways parents can socialize kids born during the pandemic and how moms can avoid burnout as they work and parent 24/7.
How three moms-to-be who were pregnant during an unprecedented time kept their cool along the way to the delivery room
In interviews with the renowned journalist, Trump acknowledged that he knew that the virus was dangerous and "more deadly" than the flu.
News of his death comes as schools consider whether or not to resume in-person learning.
There's a potentially poisonous chemical showing up in a few hand sanitizer brands. Here's what to look out for.
For Part I of our ESSENCE Reports 3-part series, "COVID-19’s Impact on Black Communities," we turned our lens on the Black South and how histories of Black resistance and rebellion against White supremacy—as well as White supremacy itself—shape the realities of COVID-19 throughout the region.