The 10-episode series featuring prominent BIPOC in the entertainment industry will premiere exclusively on Crackle on February 17th.
The newly re-established college, led by Dean Phylicia Rashad, will be named after the late actor and Howard alumnus.
With brief appearances from their daughters, Condola Rashad and Vivian Nixon, and Allen’s two grandchildren, the two icons brought love and laughter in a holiday-themed IG live.
For Black women, our friendships are more than comforting. They're necessary for our survival.
Insecure’s season finale "Lowkey Lost" premiered Sunday night and Black Twitter watched together as a collective family.
The creator and star said it's time for the longtime friends to figure out how their relationship got so messy.
The icon and legend is dropping knowledge and we're taking notes.
Everybody say "Thank you, Condola."
Condola Rashad 'Had A Fangirl' Moment When Issa Rae Revealed She Inspired 'Insecure' Character's Name
"It’s my paternal grandmother’s name,” she tells ESSENCE.
"Insecure's" star and co-creator shares the inspiration for the show's new character—and we uncover why she's the perfect muse.
It's safe to say the accomplished actor hasn't skipped a single trip to the gym.
"It took me a lot of time growing up to be able to feel confident in myself and feel like who I am was OK," she tells ESSENCE.
"You pray for forgiveness," Rashad tells ESSENCE.
"It's a lot to be grateful for because as an actor, you could do any number of things that have no meaning to anyone," Phylicia Rashad told ESSENCE last week.
The award-winning actresses will sit down for a special conversation highlighting their incredible careers.