Tia Mowry

Tia Mowry Shows You How to Cook Your Way to a ‘Whole New You’

by Shameika Rhymes

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month and according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 6 million women in the United... Read More

Check Out What This College is Doing for the Community

Check Out What This College is Doing for the Community

by #teamEBONY

March 20 is officially recognized as World Oral Health Day, but Tennessee’s Meharry Medical College plans to get an early start on March 11. According... Read More

music

Audio Therapy: How Music Improved One Man’s Mental Health

by Alexander Hardy

When your daddy is a singer turned DJ, your grandmother and great-aunt are opera singers and your uncle sang backup for Sam Cooke, being... Read More

Women Globally Set Out to Walk Like Harriet Tubman

Women Globally Set Out to Walk Like Harriet Tubman

by LaShieka Hunter

On March 10 and 11, a movement will be taking place. Literally. Thousands of Black women and girls across the world will gather to... Read More

Why Is It That Women Must EARN Respect?

Why Is It That Women Must EARN Respect?

by Neffer Kerr

I recently saw a meme on Facebook that caught my attention. It read “A man should respect a woman, but a woman should give... Read More

Gabourey Sidibe

Gabourey Sidibe Opens Up About Finally Loving Her Body

by Danielle Pointdujour

From the outside looking in you might  think that Gabourey Sidibe had not a care in the world.  However, for the 33-year-old Empire star, her health... Read More

Breaking the Silence on Child Sexual Abuse

Breaking the Silence on Child Sexual Abuse

by Jazz Keyes

I sat in the back of a predominantly African-American mosque nervously waiting to hear the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan speak for the first time. As... Read More

Stop Using God to Terrify and Punish Black Children

Stop Using God to Terrify and Punish Black Children

by Jazz Keyes

By happenstance, I found myself in a rather peculiar position. I could feel her little hands shaking. I kneeled down, stared my distressed child... Read More

Half Marathon Brings Out the Girl Power, Glitter and #BlackGirlMagic

Half Marathon Brings Out the Girl Power, Glitter and #BlackGirlMagic

by Nina Hemphill Reeder

Though it was dark outside at 5:00am on Sunday morning, I could just make out a light coating of glitter on the ground leading... Read More

#ADayWithoutABlackPerson

A Silent War: The Battle Between Black Women and Fibroids

by Tomika Anderson

Nicci Morris was a newlywed when she discovered mysterious masses lurking inside her body 12 years ago. The then-Cincinnati-based writer and editor and her... Read More