The Journey of You begins with those who came before you and ends with the legacy you leave for the future.
“There’s a myth that Black women don’t have power in Hollywood. We’ve found 75 who do,” says Essence Magazine, which will soon host its 7th Annual Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon.
Shola Lynch’s Free Angela and All Political Prisoners will makes its television debut on BET on Wednesday, February 26th.
In celebration of Black History Month, Kmart has teamed up with financial coach Glinda Bridgforth to launch its new Share the Word Financial Empowerment platform, which is full of valuable resources to help anyone become more money savvy.
G.O.O.D. Music’s CyHi The Prynce delivers a smooth new track titled “Coretta,” a Tec Beatz-produced ode to traditional love for Black History Month.
Veoir Magazine’s second issue includes yet another impeccable spread, “X,” a tribute to human rights activist Malcolm X featuring model Adonis Bosso.
Dominican model Marihenny (Rivera) Pasible graces the cover of Veoir Magazine, which “meets at the intersection of Fashion Week and Black History Month” for its second issue.
Google kicked off Black History Month on Saturday with a Google Doodle of Harriet Tubman (1820 – March 10, 1913), American abolitionist, spy, Civil War commander, and most notably — conductor of the Underground Railroad.
Lifetime will kick off Black History Month with the premiere of ‘The Gabby Douglas Story’ on February 1st. The film stars Regina King, S. Epatha Merkerson, Imani Hakim, Sydney Mikayla, and the 18-year-old gold medalist herself.
As Black History Month comes to a close, we share this adorable campaign by photographer Eunique Jones titled, “Because of them, we can…”
Heartwarming gifs of Sidney Poitier and Diahann Carroll in 1961’s ‘Paris Blues’ leads to reflecting on what we are actually learning from Black History Month.
Today we get our first look at Lifetime’s upcoming romantic tv film, Twist of Faith, which stars Grammy award-winner Toni Braxton, Mykelti Williamson (Forrest Gump) and David Julian Hirsh (Hawthorne).
Harlem’s “Picasso,” whose artwork transformed the community for 25 years, will have an exhibit on Feb. 10th and 11th.
‘When I Rise’ is the inspiring story of Barbara Smith Conrad, a gifted black mezzo-soprano who, as a music student at the University of Texas, found herself in a civil rights storm that changed her life forever.