Although the first statue of an African American girl is new to the locale, Philly residents say that her impact is profound and long-lasting. “It’s inspirational for my daughter to see. Finally a statue that bares her likeness.”
My Pingu TV aired a cartoon about a white angel who is punished for breaking a rule and must live as an "ugly" black woman.
Having witnessed how good ol' Vaseline has worked for the women in her family for generations, Johnson still swears by it today.
“That industry standard makes no sense to me, I think the focus should be more directed on a journalist’s ability to tell a fair and balanced story than what’s on their head," said the anchor.
A man facing backlash online for repeatedly calling police on black women at his apartment complex’s pool claims his actions were driven by his autism — and not racism.
"It’s not who we are or what we a stand for. So set’s move to change it and proudly represent BLACK, as we really are,” wrote one woman on Twitter.
Welcome to Career Week! While we always make career-focused content a priority on Fashionista, we thought spring would be a good time to give you an extra helping of tips and tricks on how to make it in the fashion and beauty industries. Starting a business is no easy feat. And in a startup-crazed, ...
There’s one thread that unites all the characters DeWanda Wise has played on screen: They’re all unabashedly confident women. From the astronaut in Jordan Peele’s remake of The Twilight Zone to the real-estate agent in Someone Great, Wise has a tendency to choose roles that are refreshingly real. Scrolling through her Instagram, you’ll see Wise completing a skin-care tutorial with products she purchased off Amazon, or twisting Bantu knots from the comfort of her own bathroom.
Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) will introduce a bill on Wednesday to address the high rate of maternal mortality in the U.S., particularly among black women, by expanding access to health care for pregnant women and new mothers.
African American women are 3 to 4 times more likely to die of pregnancy complications than white women.
Multi-hyphenate Lizzo talks about inclusivity in the fashion world, her complex hair journey, and why she wants fans to love themselves as much as they love her.