Gender & Sexuality
How Jesse Williams’ divorce highlights the way white-supremacist beauty standards affect relationships
Shea Moisture’s First Commercial Tackles the Implicit Racism of Beauty Aisles
#UnfairandLovely is A Stand Against Colorism
New Barbie Dolls Showcase Diversity But Is It Too Late?
‘The Wiz Live!’ gives us the representation we need
Viola Davis describes as being ‘less than classically beautiful,’ black women defend star
Video: Lupita Nyong’o’s Sesame Street appearance is a must watch
Lupita Nyong’o says dark complexion was an ‘obstacle’ during her youth
Viola Davis: ‘I have never felt pretty’
Creator promotes positive ethnic beauty through doll line
J. Cole on Colorism: “I might not be as successful as I am now if I was dark skin”
Iman: Boycott Fashion Labels That Don’t Use Black Models
Could Light-Skinned Women Ever Be the Subject of a Documentary like “Dark Girls”?
Ohio School Apologizes; Lifts Ban on Afro Puffs and Braids
Serena Williams’ Body Compared to a “Monster Truck” in Rolling Stone Interview
Tracee Ellis Ross Launches “Hair Love” Campaign
OWN Network Premieres “Dark Girls” Documentary This Sunday
Teenage Sisters Launch Their Own Line of Beauty Products
Jada Pinkett Smith: Black Magazines Should Put White Women on Covers, and Vice Versa
Kelly Rowland Talks Learning to Love Her Brown Skin
Rapper Kendrick Lamar Specifically Requested Dark-Skinned Model for New Music Video
All I Want for Christmas is a Kenya Doll
STUDY: Hair Relaxers Can Cause Health Problems
Kenyan Model Ajuma Nasenyana Speaks Out On Skin Lightening and European Beauty Standards
Black Don't Crack: The Cosmetic Surgery Debate
Blacks and BAD HAIR
Decolonizing empathy: why our pain will never be enough to disarm white supremacy
She ain’t white girl pregnant: Black, queer & expecting in an anti-Black, anti-queer world
Jesmyn Ward becomes the 1st woman and Black author to win National Book Award for fiction twice
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ through a Black and Indigenous post-colonial lens
From the Million Woman March to #Metoo: How movements created by and for Black women are appropriated
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