So on Saturday night, Twitter lit up with videos of our favorite uncle, forever President Barack Obama, jamming it out during the D.C. leg of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s On the Run II Tour.
Our forever first lady, Michelle LeVaughn Robinson Obama, aka the literal manifestation of black girl magic, and exhibit A-Z of why you should listen to and trust black women, has launched an initiative to encourage the youth to vote. Look at who your president currently is. Voting is important!
What a time to be in Paris.
“It’s a jacket,” Melania Trump’s spokesperson said when the first lady chose to wear a Zara jacket bearing the words, “I really don’t care, do U?” last week. But as
former forever first lady Michelle Obama’s former stylist Meredith Koop reminded us last weekend, first ladies never make unconscious fashion statements. Former First lady Michelle Obama told the 2018 American Library Association Annual Conference audience in New Orleans that her upcoming memoir, Becoming, will be a “rehumanization effort” in which she shares the “ordinariness of a very extraordinary story” that she hopes will give voice to people who feel voiceless, …
Father’s Day is here. It’s time to let the love flow in both word and deed in celebration of real men. I’m talking about men who do the work of raising their own biological children and even sometimes, perhaps more significantly, the kids who are not theirs by blood but who belong to them through the power of love. …
After being called out for a collection of racist social media posts echoing the sentiments of noted Twitter political pundit Roseanne Barr, a board member of Alabama’s second-largest school district passionately explained herself by citing Michelle Obama’s unpatriotic hate for America and kneeling NFL players’…
Former First lady Michelle Obama unveiled the book cover for her upcoming and highly anticipated memoir, Becoming, on Instagram Thursday, stunning us with the cover photo for the book jacket, which was selected from a photo shoot done earlier this year in Washington, D.C., by renowned portrait photographer Miller…
The haters are always gonna hate, and it seems that some people are really big mad that Netflix linked to Barack and Michelle Obama with a deal to produce original TV shows and movies with the streaming service.
If you have missed getting your fill of common sense and decency since the only first couple that matters left the White House in January 2017, your waiting may soon be over.
On Tuesday, after several news outlets exposed first lady Melania Trump’s reuse of an educational booklet from the Obama-era Federal Trade Commission to serve as the template for her stupidly named Be Best campaign, her team reportedly took offense at being called out on it.
Over the weekend, Michelle Obama sat down with Tracee Ellis Ross for the United State of Women Summit and discussed everything from the men who are currently failing up in government to finally putting to rest the rumor that she’s running for office.
Here’s a conversation we don’t want to miss: Black-ish actress and all-around brilliant bae Tracee Ellis Ross will interview our forever first lady, Michelle Obama, this Saturday, May 5, at the United State of Women Summit at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles—and we officially know how we’re spending this weekend.
During a stirring speech delivered to rising college students in Philadelphia on Wednesday, Michelle Obama embraced the moniker “Forever First Lady,” sending the crowd of 8,000 high school students into thunderous cheers.
As America frets over the Republicans’ efforts to taint the Mueller investigation, the prospect of a North Korean nuclear contamination and Syria’s use of chemical warfare against its own citizens, there is a much bigger threat of poisoning looming on the American horizon.
Michelle Obama has a few choice words about the Trump administration, especially in comparison with her husband’s presidency, one that was more like having a “responsible parent” caring for the household.
The National Association of Black Journalists wrote a letter Saturday in support of Washington Post journalist Robin Givhan after she wrote a piece on former first lady Michelle Obama’s talk at a BET event that many of the guests assumed was off-the-record.
In the nine years of BET Networks’ Leading Women Defined summit, Jeanine Liburd, chief marketing and communications officer at BET, had never seen anything like this.