Black Women

Black frat & sorority group The Divine 9 dropped a PSA titled "Tell Somebody" to highlight Black women affected by the Roe v. Wade repeal.

The honorable Judge Greg Mathis made a bold claim against many Black men who he feel were lacking on the BLM protest frontlines.

The ladies of MadameNoire's "Listen To Black Women" are back for season 2, and episode 1 kicked off with a no-holds-barred conversation on sexual agency in the bedroom, men and women sharing an equal love for sex toys and other key "principles of pleasure" for our sisters out there.

A Black female artist by way of Alabama is honoring the involuntary sacrifices of her enslaved ancestors with a sculpture proudly deemed as the Mothers of Gynecology.

Following an IG post from popular fashion satire account @diet_prada that critiqued Kim Kardashian's new 'Vogue' cover spread, many people agreed that it blatantly ripped off famous images of Black women. What many weren't expecting though was a like from pioneering Black supermodel Naomi Campbell.

If the U.S. Supreme Court allows states to further restrict or even ban abortions, Black and Hispanic women will bear the brunt of it according to new statistics analyzed.

As he struggled to survive the 2020 Democratic primary, Joe Biden made a striking pledge before voting began in heavily African American, must-win South Carolina: His first Supreme Court appointment would be a Black woman.

Serial Entrepreneur Jeannetta Collier is proving that the glass ceiling is only imaginary when it comes to her career and motivating women to do the same. 

Forbes recently released its annual "100 Most Powerful Women" list for 2021, and we spotted more than a few of our favorite melanated ladies representing for the culture. 

Minnesota has just launched the Task Force on Missing and Murdered African American Women, which will look at the systemic causes behind violence toward Black women and ways to end it.

Along with Janelle Monáe, “Say Her Name” also features Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Chlöe x Halle, Tierra Whack, Isis V., Zoë Kravitz, Brittany Howard, Asiahn, Mj Rodriguez, Jovian Zayne, Angela Rye, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Brittany Packnett Cunningham, Alicia Garza and Dr. Kimberlé Crenshaw.

Black women increasingly are considering gun ownership for personal protection, according to industry experts and gun rights advocates.