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DeWanda Wise and Mamoudou Athie talk 'Jurassic World: Dominion,' yelling at movie screens, dinosaurs they'd adopt as pets, and more
Mike Colter talks 'Evil' Season 3, his intriguing character arc, the show challenging his personal beliefs, and more
Celebrate National Best Friend Day with a gallery of our favorite celebrity best friends inside.
Star Wars fans from far and wide made their way to Anaheim, California last weekend for the first time since the pandemic. Following a three-year absence, already-enthusiastic fans were even more ready for the 2022 Star Wars Celebration, which featured thought-provoking panels, big announcements, and of course, a lot of surprise appearances. The Anaheim Convention […]
Since Lori Harvey shared her fitness secret, we discovered that pilates was popularized by this Black woman.
Artists and actors, like Matthew McConaughey, are paying their respects after the tragic Uvalde, Texas shooting. Read more inside.
The award-winning platform is transforming travel with these easy travel tips and their newly-launched first-of-its-kind Black Elevation Map.
Dr. Ebonie talks 'My Feet Are Killing Me' Season 4, her priceless HBCU experience, Doctors on TikTok, her favorite shoe, and more
As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, we want to share some practical practices to improve mental health.
DC-based online plant shop, Grounded, hosted their first Earth Week to celebrate the business' successful two year anniversary. We sat down with co-founders Danuelle Doswell and Mignon Hemsley to talk about their journey through entrepreneurship and how plants have transformed their mental health for the better.
In light of Mental Health Awareness Month, the timely feature length independent film The Rest Of Us explores mental health and suicide prevention within a U.S. university. The film is set in Ohio in the aftermath of 9/11 and focuses not on those who took their lives, but on the ones who were left behind to grieve.
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) launched their month-long initiative titled “HBCU Bound,” in celebration of high school graduates heading to HBCUs in conjunction with former First Lady Michelle Obama’s ongoing “College Signing Day” campaign. Read more details about the celebrities supporting this cause inside.