In the past Macklemore has addressed issues of inequality and injustice, but only if they fit neatly into his album and benefitted his overall image.
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Why Black women often find themselves in a limbo of being both advocates and traitors of Black culture when it comes to our hair.
“You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation.”
The deadline for pregnancy doesn't necessarily line up with the lives women are leading these days. But your biological clock needn't be a source of stress.
It’s a bit unsettling that Black women still make news for doing mundane things like wearing their natural hair to work.
Coming back to Paris on Sunday made me feel like peace is some far off dream buried under ideologies, political agendas and hurt feelings.
Whether you’re absolutely clueless about the 2016 election or have given up on trying to figure out the whole “politics thing,” we've got you covered. Here’s th...
Length seems to be one of the ways we measure the success of a relationship but lasting isn't necessarily the point of a relationship and ‘forever’ isn't a dest...
From 1968's Christie to 1999's Brandy and the present, we un-comb the many kinks of the Black doll!
We are a nation of immigrants. But at what point do you no longer identify as an immigrant from a homeland far away and become fully American?
Eight years ago my body began changing rapidly and shockingly and there was nothing I could do about it.
Many women don't have to know about or even care about how race and feminism intersect because they're not affected by race.