“The Parkers,” “Girlfriends,” “One on One” and “Half & Half” were just a few of the shows that aired on Monday nights.
Nzinga Lawrence, a licensed esthetician and founder of Zing’s Beauty Bar, shares some skincare tips for the winter season.
Normani has always been an overachiever, but lockdown allowed her to perfect her self-care routine and block out the thoughts of others.
Megan Thee Stallion is empowering Black women in any and every way that she can.
Janelle Monae came out as queer on her own terms, so she wants other people to have the privacy and freedom to do the same.
Amber Riley spent years “ignoring” herself before embarking on a journey to self- love an acceptance.
Throughout the many phases of Alicia Keys’ career, she’s always stayed to true to herself.
The “WAP” emcee is always thinking of ways to outdo her last move.
Zendaya invested in her idea for an intimate movie, resulting in the development of the forthcoming “Malcolm & Marie” film.
Viola Davis says her career peaked when she began to own her failures and insecurities.
Joe Biden will be the 46th president of the United States, making Kamala Harris the first Black and first women VP in the White House.
After years of non-stop work, Beyoncé’s easing up from music and indulging in what brings her joy.
At just 16 years old, Marsai Martin has accomplished a whole lot because she’s unapologetically herself.
Whether in public or in private, Naomi Campbell is championing Black lives.
Coronavirus came and unexpectedly changed life as New Yorkers knew.