PETA has compiled a list of the 20 Most Beautiful Vegan Celebrities in the hopes of encouraging more people to adopt the lifestyle.
Kevin Hart is bringing his gift of gab to Peacock for a no-holds barred talk show featuring A-list guests that represent his range of interests.
Actress Mj Rodriguez is the first transgender person to receive an Emmy Awards nomination in a leading acting category.
Here's everything you need to know about The Classical Theatre of Harlem's production of Seize the King in Marcus Garvey Park.
Wells Fargo and Sophia Yeshi found a unique way to highlight the bank’s commitment to supporting small business owners with guidance and resources.
Something tells us that Scripps National Spelling Bee champion Zaila Avant-garde never loses a game of H-O-R-S-E.
In a new episode of Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, and Willow Smith discuss their history of using mind-altering substances.
SCORE is seeking volunteers to mentor Black entrepreneurs, so they can rebuild their small businesses and thrive past the pandemic.
After 50 Cent compared Lil’ Kim’s 2021 BET Awards look to a white owl, she took to her Instagram to laugh at herself, shade 50 Cent, and celebrate her husband.
Mary J. Blige details how an abusive relationship, substance abuse, and depression nearly derailed her career after she released her debut album.
Jemele Hill will discuss the importance of social justice in corporate America when she speaks at the Multicultural Media Luncheon in Detroit in September.
CÎROC and Fat Joe have linked with The Dad Gang to celebrate Black fathers through the “March of Dads” and the Random Acts of Dadness organization.
Paris Jackson and Willow Smith discussed their shared struggles with mental health, betrayal, and more during Willow’s Red Table Talk Takeover.
The City of Fairfax school board voted unanimously to rename the Sidney Lanier Middle School in mathematician Katherine Johnson’s honor.
Let’s take a look back at Clarence Williams III’s most memorable roles in Mod Squad, Purple Rain, Hoodlum, Sugar Hill, Tales from the Hood, and more.
Vanessa Bryant called out Nike after a sneaker she designed in tribute to her late daughter Gianna Bryant surfaced online without her permission.
RHONY’s first Black cast member Eboni K. Williams has announced that she is taking a social media break as two episodes of the reality show address race.
President Joe Biden is the first president to visit Greenwood to commemorate the Tulsa Race Massacre.
Naomi Osaka has announced that she will not do any press at the French Open in order to protect her mental health.
The Talk co-host Elaine Welteroth says that the allyship prompted by the police murder of George Floyd signals “a turning point for all of us.”
Anthony Anderson explains why he chose to get vaccinated and what others can do if the potential temporary side effects are making them apprehensive.
Sheryl Underwood says Paul Mooney mentored many comics, and though they’ll miss him, he left the world with laughter.
Billy Porter candidly explains how he learned he was HIV-positive, the survivor’s guilt he felt, and more during his first interview since revealing his status.
Russell Wilson encouraged the NC State Class of 2021 to have vision, discipline, resilience, and faith, and to be of service to those around them.
The backlash LaKeith Stanfield received for listening to a Clubhouse chat that turned anti-Semitic was unwarranted.
Deana Lawson is The Hugo Boss Prize recipient for 2020 and her work features subjects who simultaneously exist in the tangible world and the spiritual realm.
Chris Rock, the star of the latest installment of the Saw horror franchise, was recently diagnosed with a nonverbal learning disorder.
With civil rights as a top priority, the Justice Department has brought federal hate crime charges against three Georgia men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery.
Marsha Ambrosius, The Songstress of Floetry, explains what happened to the Neo Soul group in an upcoming episode of TV One’s Uncensored.
Simone Biles hopes to empower and uplift young women and girls to achieve their full potential in the athletic world and beyond.
Anguilla’s COVID-19 Exit Strategy ensures health safety on the island while enabling tourists to experience the exceptional travel destination through the upcoming seasons.
The Talk co-host Sheryl Underwood recalls how she felt and what she was thinking during heated discussion about racism with former co-host Sharon Osbourne.
After rumors of DMX's death were trending prematurely, the family of the Ruff Ryder rapper confirmed he has indeed passed away.
The discussion on Red Table Talk turned to narcissism this week with series favorite Dr. Ramani Durvasula providing a glimpse into the mind of a narcissist.
Eric Benét said he is "blessed" to join the list of prestigious entertainers who have performed at The Historic Hampton House.
Jay-Z shared his excitement for New York’s legalization of cannabis for recreational adult-use and said it will lead to social equity and social justice.
Esteemed director Lee Daniels covers the Spring 2021 issue of UPTOWN and discusses making The United States vs. Billie Holiday, which stars Andra Day.
Donnie McClurkin told TV One’s Uncensored, “I’ll probably be alone for the rest of my life as far as a mate is concerned.”
Hennessy will be accepting applications for its $1 million acceleration fund to champion the next generation of Black entrepreneurs.
The parents of Keyon Harrold Jr. are suing Miya Ponsetto and Arlo Hotels for racial profiling after an incident in which Ponsetto accused their son of theft.
Michelle Obama spoke with Tamron Hall about exposing young people to new worlds and foods, her Netflix series Waffles + Mochi, and “Pass the Love” initiative.
See images and footage from TINA, a documentary that presents an unvarnished account of the career and personal life of music powerhouse Tina Turner.
Deon Cole has partnered with Cottonelle and BLKHLTH to encourage Black people to get screened for colorectal cancer and to increase awareness for the disease.
The third episode of Soul of a Nation will focus on the Black Church, faith, and forgiveness, as well as feature an interview with Nick Cannon.
The Caress and IFundWomen of Color Virtual Summit, which takes place March 18, is open to Black women and women of color small business owners.