Black Girl Magic
Mahogany L. Brown brings her Black Girl Magic to the Lincoln Center as its very first poet-in-residence in an artistic series set to launch this summer.
Over the weekend, Jamaica’s Toni-Ann Singh was crowned Miss World. Her win put an exclamation point on the 2019 pageant circuit because, for the first time ever, Black women now hold five crowns in top beauty contests.
#BlackTwitter rejoiced, and salty white men shed tears as the world learned that Black British actress LaShana Lynch will be the new 007 in the upcoming Bond 25 film. Now the world wants to know more about the rising star in Hollywood who will be inheriting the signature mantle.
Harriet Tubman has a worthy star to help bring her story to the big screen. The Color Purple actress Cynthia Erivo is to play the famed slave, army spy and abolitionist in a forthcoming biopic.
Last night’s Golden Globes had to be the Blackest ever—in a great way. While shows like Black’ish and Atlanta, and films like Moonlight, got their proper due, slayage was being handled on the red carpet by talented Black actresses.
Make sure your kids, nephews, nieces and grandchildren are familiar with the name Jeanette Epps. The renowned astronaut will be first African-American on the International Space State.
Far too often in social media, women are insulted, bullied, attacked, and criticized on levels far more intense than their male counterparts. However, a new hashtag, #WomenWithDegrees, is helping to somewhat restore the balance by showcasing several women of color and their professional excellence.
Pop star Rihanna was a rock star for a night as she accepted the “Rock Star” award at BET’s 10th Annual Black Girls Rock! event. The Anti used her minutes on stage to thank the women who raised her, and the ones who look up to her.
When you think of the nuances of being a Black woman, Elle magazine isn’t the first place that comes to mind. Nevertheless, it’s website posted want amounts ti anti-Black Girl Magic editorial, and Black Twitter was not here for it.