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More than a month after Elizabeth Warren suspended her campaign for president, the U.S. senator from Massachusetts finally announced her…
Dr. Kizzmekia S. Corbett is leading the effort to find a cure for COVID-19.
America’s first self-made female millionaire didn’t just live a life of hard-won opulence. She exemplified Black women’s generosity. Her philanthropy…
Brenda Jones, a Black woman Democrat and president of the Detroit City Council, has reportedly filed paperwork that means she…
Professional hockey player Blake Bolden made history by becoming the NHL’s first Black woman pro scout.
A sister trio made history by opening Buffalo, New York’s first Black women-owned beauty store.
A statue of activist and educator Mary McLeod Bethune will be unveiled at the U.S. Capitol thanks to the efforts…
Michelle Ebanks had served in a top leadership role with the iconic media outlet and brand marketed to Black women…
Erika H. James will become the Wharton School’s first Black woman dean.
Barbie has created a doll inspired by Britain’s fastest woman sprinter Dina Asher-Smith.
The organizers behind the March for Black Women San Diego are creating spaces for Black women to mobilize and heal.
Citing the civil rights movement, Kamala Harris announced that she will be endorsing Joe Biden.
Actress Gabrielle Union will release her first children’s book inspired by her daughter Kaavia James.
Dr. Lori S. White will become DePauw University’s first Black woman president.
Florida Congresswoman Val Demings has been increasingly the subject of people being considered as a vice-presidential candidate for the eventual…
Now that Warren has ended her presidential run, a key demographic makes new choices.
As the veteran anchor heads out, folks want a Black woman to take his place.
Softball player A.J. Andrews and actress Lyric Ross are using their platforms to spread awareness about heart disease.
Sister duo Cornelia and Julia Gibson launched a fitness brand to empower women of color.
A 9-year-old from Virginia created an art kit dubbed “More than Peach” that celebrates multicultural crayon shades.