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Conversations about HIV and AIDS and its ongoing impact on Black communities and families aren’t relegated to specially designated days. 

Here are a few of the many organizations on the frontlines of helping BIPOC communities affected by HIV.

This gift guide will certainly bring a smile to any Black woman's beautiful face.

Here are a few winter hobbies we believe would be beneficial for our readers.

Reciting daily affirmations can help women of color maintain a positive outlook when life throws unprecedented challenges.

How concerned should we be about the rising disease?

I’m facing two battles before me – my diagnosis and the fight for voting rights. I am convinced that they can both be fought with the same weapon: the power of community.

A study conducted by the American Academy of Dermatology found that Alopecia areata is more common among African Americans.

A recent study suggests that Black men 55 and older are causing the recent spike in overdose deaths among men older men.

The Denver Post recently did a report on the issue and dropped some alarming statistics when it comes to the mental health of our brothers in Colorado. Since 2013, the outlet says that suicide amongst Black men in the state has nearly doubled from 10.2 suicides per 100,000 people to 20.2 suicides per 100,000 in 2020.

According to a recent study by Science Magazine, black and brown folks on average take longer to fall asleep and wake up when compared to their white counterparts. These discrepancies lead to major health concerns like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

Newsweek is being criticized for using a COVID-19 vaccine fearmongering photo of a frightened girl clutching her teddy bear captioned with the question: "Would you give this kid a shot?"