Nothing New: Shea Moisture Already Showed Us It Wasn't Fully Here For Black Women [OPINION]
Don't call it a one-off, they've been here before.
'Queen Sugar' Author Natalie Baszile on Planting Sugar Cane, Riding a Zydeco Trail and Blessing the TV Remix
Before OWN made TV magic, her words told the struggle, beauty and realness of one fictional family that feels like many real ones.
'Today' Committed a Crime Against Black Hair—Then Posted It Online
This now-viral video shows what happens when you combine live morning television with racial cluelessness.
Black Women and the Body Police
From Rachel Jeantel, who was treated like a criminal because of her size, to Renisha McBride, who literally lost her life because she was viewed as a threat, 2013 was a challenging year for black women's bodies.
What Gabby Sidibe's Cover Tells Us About "Looking Good" in Print
Editors talk about how--and why--they manipulate images of women.