The actress flaunted her twist out and dropped a logo for the highly anticipated hair care brand.
After the murder of Mario Woods, Kaepernick was inspired to use his platform for good, planting the seeds for the Know Your Rights campaign.
The couple looked so in love on their yacht date as they count down to their wedding.
Taraji P. Henson Hosts Inaugural 'Can We Talk?' Benefit Dinner For Her Mental Health-Focused Foundation
The star-studded black-tie event for the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation will benefit African-Americans seeking more affordable therapy options.
Taraji P. Henson Gives An Emotional Testimony To Congress On Mental Health Among Black Youth: 'This Is A National Crisis'
"I am using my celebrity and my voice to put a face to this."
May was Mental Health Awareness Month—a critical time to increase public awareness around mental health and fight stigmas that prevent so many people from accessing the services they need. Addressing […]
There's no shame in seeking help to get back to happy and these celebrities are living proof of that.
The actress helped lay the famed director to rest.
'Baby Boy' Stars Taraji P. Henson & Tyrese Gibson Visit John Singleton In The Hospital: 'You Heard My Voice And Jumped'
Taraji P. Henson and Tyrese Gibson stopped by the bedside of director John Singleton last weekend after the beloved director was hospitalized earlier this month due to suffering a major […]
"He is kind. He is compassionate. He is honest and above all he is filled with integrity," wrote Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson, Gabourey Sidibe and other cast members.
"Through love, that's the only way change could come about," she told ESSENCE.
The actress recently opened up about battling anxiety and depression, sharing that it's important to speak to a professional regularly.
"Google her. We didn't make this up," she said about her character.
Taraji P. Henson plays one tough cookie as the family matriarch Cookie Lyon on Fox’s hit drama series Empire. But in real life, the veteran actress is just as tough […]
The actress told ESSENCE she wanted a new way to "teach" about the Time's Up movement, which tackles -- in part -- workplace inequality.
Celebrities were spotted at Super Bowl parties and promoting their new films, "What Men Want" and "The Lego Movie 2."
The actor's co-stars are speaking out in support after Smollett was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack.
Mary J. Blige was there to help honor the "What Men Want" star, saying, "She’s helped me through so many things and brought sunshine to my darkest days."
The actress was "canceled" by some fans who didn't understand why she compared the #MuteRKelly movement to the fall out of Harvey Weinstein.