Aoki Lee Simmons is clearly living her best Gen Z life this year! The 17-year-old, along with her 19-year-old sister Ming, are claiming their rightful thrones at her mother’s revived fashion company Baby Phat. “Selling Baby Phat direct-to-consumer through our website plays a big part in the sustainability conversation,” Aoki recently told Teen Vogue, adding, […]
Tupac Mosley, 17, teaches us that anything can be achieved when people believe in you and you have the drive to rise above your circumstances.
Essence Ventures, LLC, has kicked off 2018 by securing a major bag and giving Essence magazine control of its brand. There is power in the purse! Black women have reclaimed 100 percent control of Essence as Essence Ventures, LLC, announced today that it bought the magazine from Time Inc. The magazine’s president, Michelle Ebanks, is […]
Tiffany Haddish is lining up two more film roles with Universal and New Line Cinema. Rack up another win for the Girls Trip star. Fresh off of her historic hosting gig on Saturday Night Live, Tiffany is already booking some leading lady jobs. Variety.com reports that she is in talks to star in The Kitchen […]
Four law school grads have set a new bar for squad goals. Preparing for the bar exam is a right of passage and a proving ground for many law students and recent grads. Some students never make the grade. But four educated ladies made a promise to one another that not only would they pass […]
Two young ladies are making the grade and serving up rhymes in a hot track about academic excellence. The pair, 11-year-old 6th graders from Milwaukee Excellence Charter School in Wisconsin, have become the voice of their academy with a song called Excellence First. Borrowing a beat from Tee Grizley‘s First Day Out, 6th Grade teacher […]
Each year, less than one in every 1,000 teens will achieve a 36 on this college entrance exam.
Plus, Louisiana teen charged with child pornography for sexting white minor who sexted him first and a Colorado woman given 100-year sentence for cutting a baby out of a stranger's body.
Plus, a Georgia man believed to have gone on a shooting spree after learning his wife wanted a divorce and a South Carolina sheriff says the NAACP is as "racist" at the KKK.
Isiah Britt started a campaign that's helped to ensure students in Flint are able to have clean hands in the midst of their water crisis.