“I wasn’t trying to get into the music industry. I didn’t want to sing R&B. If I was going to sing for anybody, I wanted to sing for God.”
"The more success you have the more it costs to maintain and grow that success. Financially, spiritually, physically, and emotionally."
Jessica Williams is breaking down issues ranging from sexism, to racism, to classism through an unapologetically black feminist lens.
When the 2016 Olympic Games kick off in August, you can expect gymnast Simone Biles to become a household name.
Jessical Byrd is merging racial justice with electoral politics, training diverse candidates to move into activism and political office.
Ros Gold-Onwude is a former college basketball star-turned-sideline reporter for Comcast Sportsnet Bay Area where she covers the Golden State Warriors.
The all-court player, armed with a mean two-handed backhand and an equally as powerful forehand is ranked 24th in the world by the WTA.
“Throwing shade and spilling tea” is the premise of the wildly popular, hilariously snarky podcast, “The Read,” co-hosted by Kid Fury.
The odds have remained in Amandla’s favor since her breakthrough role as Rue in “The Hunger Games.”
if William Tarpeh has his way, communities in developing nations will soon be able to use their urine as a nutrient-rich fertilizer for local farming.