Civil Rights & Social Justice

Coretta Scott King's lady like style and stoic expression became synonymous with her civil rights activism.

Psychotherapist Felicia Fdyfil-Horne says, "As we all are experiencing collective grief, it is important to step back, process and take the time to grieve when needed. Give yourself permission to detach, reset, and rest."

“My success is tied at the most base level with the success of my people, and my people are the South," Abrams tells Marie Claire.

Activist Marley Dias opens up about her American Girl 'Herstory Series' collaboration, why young Black girls should be included in conversations about social justice and what her natural hair means to her.

These Black women laid the foundation that would change the political landscape for Black women in government.

For National Coming Out Day, HelloBeautiful caught up with Blair Imani about her beauty routine and personal definition of beauty, her coming out story, and LGBTQ+ representation in politics!

A lot of athletes are using their platforms to protest racial injustice.

For the first time in 20 years, Oprah will forgo being on the cover to honor Breonna. 

Celebrate Juneteenth the right way, with social distancing in mind!

And another one! Well-known boho-chic clothing store Anthropologie is the latest brand to be called out for their hypocritical support of the Black Lives Matter movement on social media. Dozens of former employees, influencers and customers are accusing the brand of racism in the workplace, racial profiling, and requesting black influencers to work without pay. […]

Writer Tavia Mapp opens up about the anxiety she feels when her autistic son grows up and goes from cute to threat.