Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah broke ground on a community-driven real estate development project in her hometown of Newark.

Here's a look at some of the most influential Black talk show hosts in American history.

Queen Latifah has inked a first-look production deal with Audible.

With the award show falling on the last weekend of Pride Month, Black entertainers who belong to the LGBTQ+ community were spotlighted during the ceremony.

Queen Latifah is teaming up with the American Lung Association to host a fundraiser for Black and Latinx communities significantly impacted by the pandemic.

They detail everything in a letter called Hollywood 4 Black Lives.

'Friends' star David Schwimmer is receiving backlash on Twitter after suggesting there should be an "all-black" reboot of the TV show.

Queen Latifah will be honored by Harvard University.

Latifah said, "I gotta go with him until I see otherwise.”

Queen Latifah is creating an affordable housing complex in Newark.

Fresh Prince’s Karyn Parsons founded a non-profit organization that conveys the narratives of prominent people in African American culture through animations.

The Universal comedy Girls Trip, starring Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith, proved once again that Black women can achieve box office success by taking the number two spot with an estimated $30.8 million.