Gender & Sexuality
Pro-Palestinian Organization’s Petition Calls on Alicia Keys to Cancel Israel Concert
Kerry Washington is First Black Women to Cover Vanity Fair in a Very Long Time
Sloane Stephens is Last American Standing at Wimbledon; Advances to Quarters
What Will Be the Impact of Rachel Jeantel’s Testimony?
Lolo Jones Mocks Rachel Jeantel on Twitter; Compares Her to Madea
Paula Deen Hires Real Life Olivia Pope to Save Her Career
Could Light-Skinned Women Ever Be the Subject of a Documentary like “Dark Girls”?
Nina Simone Documentary In The Works
Serena Williams’ Body Compared to a “Monster Truck” in Rolling Stone Interview
Black GOP Candidate Erika Harold Called “Street Walker,” “Love Child of DNC” by Illinois GOP Official
Tracee Ellis Ross Launches “Hair Love” Campaign
Ethel Hylton Graduates from Harvard w/ the Highest GPA in Her Class
OWN Network Premieres “Dark Girls” Documentary This Sunday
Beyond the Masculinization of Race Issues
Happy 70th Birthday Nikki Giovanni!
NYC Art Exhibit Allows Strangers to Touch Various Textures of Black Hair
Serena Williams Dominates Sara Errani; Advances to French Open Finals
President Obama Taps Susan Rice for National Security Adviser
Rhymes and Reasons Interviews Jacinda Bullie About the Hip Hop Songs that Changed Her Life
Alicia Keys WILL Perform in Israel Despite Objections from Alice Walker and Others
Issa Rae Set to Play Nina Simone in Lorraine Hansberry Biopic
Brittney Griner Covers ESPN Magazine; Talks Coming Out, Bullying, and Sexual Identity
Jennifer Hudson Signs On as American Idol Judge
Spotlighting Women of Color on Forbes’ “Most Powerful Women” List
Grieving Daughters Kicked Out of Mall for “F— Cancer” Shirts
Shay-la Taylor Was in Labor While Oklahoma Tornado Destroyed Hospital
Rhymes & Reasons Interviews Kimeco “Allegra” Roberson about the Hip Hop Songs that Changed Her Life
Zoe Saldana Hates Questions About Her Ethnicity; Says “People of Color” Don’t Exist
Scandal Finale Garners Show’s Highest Ratings Ever
Candice Glover Wins American Idol
“Why can’t we just let Black people enjoy something?”
Review Roundup: Zora Neale Hurston’s book on one of the last Africans in the Atlantic slave trade
Democrats join GOP to pass oppressive “Blue Lives Matter” bill, punish critics of Israel
PTSD is more common than you think
Amazon is selling face recognition software to police departments. What could go wrong?
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