The ongoing reactions to the sudden death of Kevin Samuels have been the epitome of polarizing: It would appear that either women loved him or they hated him, with very little apparent middle ground.

Olympian Allyson Felix and Pure Leaf are on a mission to advance gender equity in the workplace through a new grant program.

Motown has teamed up with Google for the creation of a program designed to support women of color in the music industry.

Rapstress Megan Thee Stallion and Fashion Nova Cares donated $25,000 to advance Bennett College’s entrepreneurship program.

Serena Williams has teamed up with The Mom Project to connect mothers with career opportunities.

Serena Williams has teamed up with Bumble to support women of color entrepreneurs.

Bri’Ann Stephens founded Pink Productions as an avenue to inspire women to reach their personal and professional goals.

Amanda Johnson and KJ Miller are the 15th and 16th Black women to ever garner $1 million in funding for their cosmetics brand.

The #MeToo movement was originally created by social activist Tarana Burke 10 years before the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Leave it to the Internet to turn #FlashbackFriday into a potential movie pitch session. A three-year-old photo has been making its rounds on social media of Lupita Nyong’o and Rihanna sitting pretty in the front row of a Paris fashion week. Twitter pitched an entire action-comedy story-line based on the gorgeous pic. See below: Even […]

When 29-year-old Jasmine Truesdale failed to find characters with whom she could identify, she did what any empowered woman would do: She created her own universe of diverse women superheroes by founding Aza Comics.

Underserved women are affected the most, according to the study. Approximately two-thirds of women in jail identify with a minority group; 44 percent are Black, 15 percent Hispanic, and five percent are of other racial/ethnic backgrounds. Thirty six percent of women in jail identify as White.