(ThyBlackMan.com) I know that I am entering a space that few men have gone before, but I’m going to do it anyway: I will opine on the nature of women’s fashion (or lack thereof). It is Women’s History Month, which is a time for all of us, particularly Black men, to think about those wonderful […]
Precious Williams. Photo courtesy: Precious Williams By Pearl Phillip From being an unwanted child, homeless, and on the verge of suicide, Precious Williams is now a confident woman showing others how to be their best authentic selves as the CEO of Perfect Pitches by Precious, a company that helps clients solve their pitching, presentation, and […]
I am proud to be a citizen of a country which has been in the forefront of not just agitating for better for women but advancing and elevating them. From the formation of the first political party, the Barbados Labour Party, (BLP), to this day, with a particular push as a result of the Tom […]
By Alexandra Jane, The Root Just ten years ago, 80% of Black beauty supply store shelves were stocked with products for chemically straightened hair while 20% of products were made for the naturalistas among us. According to Forbes, the opposite is true today. And as more Black women make the transition from relaxed to natural […]
Brunson, the show's creator and star, is the first Black woman to earn three nominations in the comedy categories in the same year.
LOS ANGELES, USA. September 23, 2019: Quinta Brunson at the HBO post-Emmy Party at the Pacific Design Centre. Picture: Paul Smith/Featureflash (Shutterstock) By Variety and Michelle Garcia, NBC News Quinta Brunson has made Emmy history with “Abbott Elementary.” Landing three nominations for outstanding comedy series, lead actress in a comedy and writing for a comedy […]
By Parker Diakite, Travel Noire As Black women, it feels like we carry the world on our shoulders. And while sometimes it’s not intentional, we find ourselves constantly wanting the best for our loved ones, our community, our partners, our children, and of course, ourselves. It’s a lot to carry. So, when Taraji P. Henson […]
Pasadena, CA USA – June 24, 2022. Mishael Morgan attends the 2022 Daytime Emmys Awards. (Shutterstock) By Clarence Benoza, The Things Making history with an Emmy! Actress Mishael Morgan of the hit CBS show The Young and The Restless has just become the first Black actress to win a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress. […]
By Melanie Whyte, Pop Sugar Sandra Douglass Morgan is set to become the new president of the Las Vegas Raiders, making her the first Black woman in NFL history to be named a team president. Morgan, a Las Vegas native who’s previously held positions in the gaming industry, said the gravity of what it means […]
King County, Washington was found to have the highest eviction filing rate against Black women.
By Kalyn Womack, The Root As the pandemic protections for tenants are lifted, Black women are expected to suffer the most from a potential overflow of evictions, found a USA TODAY investigation. The investigation closely examined King County, Washington which has the highest eviction filing rate for Black women than any other group. Per USA […]
Discrimination, stigma and systemic barriers in the health care system have already led to a gap in contraceptive access for Black women.
By Claretta Bellamy, NBC News The Supreme Court’s ruling to gut nationwide rights to abortion last week has highlighted the importance of access to birth control, which already proves difficult for many women of color due to discrimination, stigma and systemic barriers in the health care system. While the decision does not directly impact access […]