The legacy of Kobe Bryant continues to live on. The legendary athlete, Oscar-winner and author has added another New York Times bestselling book to his long list of accomplishments.
God Is Love: Why Finding Common Ground Is Paramount to LGBTQ Folks Feeling Welcomed In Religious Spaces
“God loves me radically. And any member of faith, any leader of faith should also love me radically.” — Alphonso David, President of the Human Rights Campaign
A lament: “How come everyone else’s dutch oven is pristine white and mine looks like it’s been through a war?”
Air Pollution Disproportionately Affects Black Folks. A New Study Finds It Also Makes Coronavirus Much More Deadly
A new nationwide study has established a clear link between exposure to pollution and COVID-19 death rates, finding coronavirus patients who live in areas with high levels of air pollution are more likely to die from the virus than those who live in communities with cleaner air.
Have you been known to occasionally indulge in “Champagne [Papi] Wishes and Caviar Dreams”? (RIP, Robin Leach.) Say no more, fam, because Drake has once again come through with the extreme obnoxiousness you didn’t know you needed!
Wednesday's Best Deals: PlayStation Plus, Huckberry Spring Flash Sale, Anker PowerPort, Weighted Blankets, and More
After the release of Black Panther in 2018, there was hope that its staggering success would lead to a surge of superhero films featuring black and minority leads. Two years later, not much has changed. Therefore, I have some suggestions on how to put some color into our cinematic superhero universe.
I imagine that, if you’ve never heard of Wendy Bell, you find her anointment as America’s Worst White Woman to be suspicious.
Per Usual, Black Women Tried to Tell Y'all: A Black Lady Sketch Show's Apocalypse Sketch Was Ahead of Its Time
Somewhere lying on a couch awaiting a kid to come hand her the remote that’s only a few inches away from her is a black woman twisting her face in an incredulous smirk because she knew this was coming—and she tried to tell y’all.
#FreeTory: Tory Lanez Gets Booted from Instagram Live for Doing Too Damn Much and Black Twitter Ain't Havin' It
As anyone who’s tuned into Tory Lanez’s “Quarantine Radio” can attest, the “Say It” singer lives a wild life.
Similar to Goldilocks’ felony of breaking and entering, COVID-19 has unwelcomingly entered the black community—and is not only shaking the table but our entire houses. Black Americans are being disproportionately affected by the health and financial devastations brought on by this virus and, accordingly, BET Networks…
Ray Allen Challenges Shaquille O'Neal, LeBron James to the #GeorgeJeffersonChallenge...and Hairlines Will Never Be the Same Again
Black men are fiercely protective of two things: our hair and our hairlines. So it stands to reason that after spending nearly a month trapped in our homes, we are all looking a little worse for the wear in a world without lineups.