December 14, 2010
Yolanda Adams talks to Contributing Editor Anji Corley about her wardrobe, balancing work and motherhood, and her plans for 2011.
December 8, 2010
Hear what Greg Leakes, husband of Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes, has to say about his relationship drama and giving back to the community during the holidays.
November 30, 2010
Contributing Editor Anji Corley gets deep with El DeBarge as he promotes his appropriately titled album, Second Chance.
November 23, 2010
Stacie Turner sat down with Contributing Editor Anji Corley to talk about her Extra-Ordinary documentary, Michelle Obama and the news she discovered once the cameras stopped rolling.
November 17, 2010
The term "baller" just got a face-lift from Marsha Ambrosius, the beauty who's running game in the music industry and burning up the charts with her hit single "Hope He Cheats on You." Contributing editor Anji Corley caught up with the singer, formerly of the duo Floetry, backstage at this month's For Sisters Only concert, where the U.K. native sang a few bars, broke down the meaning of her latest single and talked about writing Michael Jackson's "Butterfiles."
November 9, 2010
Anji Corley, contributing editor for The Root, goes Beyond Fame in an interview with renowned scholar Cornel West this week, chatting with the celebrity scholar about his new public radio show with Tavis Smiley called Smiley & West. They also touched on where single black women can find a good man, and whether or not Jay-Z is West's homeboy. Listen and learn!
April 23, 2010
It was a full house at The Root's gathering about how black women pursue success and meaningful change.
April 23, 2010
Scenes from an evening celebrating successful black women in Washington, D.C.
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