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‘Good Trouble’ Actress Zuri Adele On Wearing Her Natural Hair On Screen: ‘It’s A Complete Game Changer’
Ahead of tonight's 'Good Trouble' season premiere on Freeform, we caught up with the 'Good Trouble' actress Zuri Adele about the beauty of her Spelman College experience, working with Patrisse Cullors on her character Malika Williams and maintaining her self-care routine.
Hurry up and apply for the popular K-beauty site's amazing opportunity by June 30!
Quinton Desamour, 18, is clear: He doesn't want to work for any company that "stands for nothing."
Black-owned t-shirt shops that are pushing the message that Black Lives Matter.
Amidst everything happening within the Black community, the #PullUpOrShutUpChallenge has given beauty brands a platform to reveal themselves and their diversity numbers – or lack thereof. While participating brands such as COVERGIRL, Curology, Estee Lauder and Colourpop have put themselves on blast by sharing the percentage of Black employees and action plans, Black women beauty […]
The fast-food chain has apologized and claims there is no company-wide policy banning workers from wearing BLM accessories.
After nearly 100 years in business, the Johnson & Johnson brand is finally creating inclusive products that reflect the reality and shades of America.
After getting dragged by Black Twitter, the popular coffee chain is now OK with their baristas mixing social justice in the lattes.
The last two weeks have been an emotional rollercoaster for Black people. I wake up in complete disbelief that in 2020, we are still enduring the hate and injustices our ancestors faced. I’d like to believe they fought and died so that we would not have to go through this level of racism. However, here […]
One-hundred percent of sales from the Outkast rapper's clothing line will go to the Movement For Black Lives.
As we take to the streets to fight for Black men like George Floyd, we can never lose sight of the Black women who have lost their lives to police violence too.
Black Twitter turned the "Brooklyn 9-1-1" actor's gaffe into a hilarious opportunity to show off their unique fashion game.