The dynamic duo sat down for a conversation about being Black in media with ESSENCE Assistant Fashion Editor Nandi Howard.
In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal and on a call with governors, Vice President Mike Pence continued to push factually inaccurate information about the coronavirus.
Psychologist Ayanna Abrams explains how those serums and jade roller purchases might actually be improving your mental health.
"We are Black women! We build. We don't tear down other Black women!"
"Everyone needs to feel heard and be validated,” said Ware.
If Black women are to survive, we must tend to our mental health first.
The actress sat down with Jada Pinkett Smith and activist Erica Ford to discuss how gun violence affects women.
Ludacris, Kandi Burruss and Eddie Murphy are some of celebrity parents that celebrated their kids' graduations.
Last year when I was sick for more than two hundred days of the year, people constantly remarked on my appearance. But none of those folks inquired about how I was really doing.
The reality star confirmed she "cannot wait to meet" her new baby girl named Ari.
Black and Latino residents make up more than 70 percent of households in the county's hardest-hit neighborhoods.
Social distancing doesn't mean your lady parts have to go neglected. OB-GYN Dr. Tosha Rogers answers all of our questions about vaginal and reproductive health during quarantine.
Two delivery drivers are out of work after they say a Georgia man disrespected them while they were simply delivering a package to his home.
Many Black people are unable to walk around their neighborhoods without fear of detainment and arrest.
Now is the time to reexamine our health care and healing systems to ensure that those most vulnerable to mental and physical distress are able to access the care they need.