Like most capital cities, Nairobi has pockets of glamour and pockets of seediness. It’s a wonderful place, and it’s also my home.
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Synead Nichols and Umaara Elliott organized one of the largest protests in recent US history, Millions March NYC. We speak with Synead about activism in the age...
Mélat shares how long it took her to accept her tresses and how going completely blonde has made her more bold and comfortable in her skin.
The politically-charged yet dazzling 2016 Award season is officially a wrap! Check out our picks for best-in-show...
What's really at the root of the lack of diversity in entertainment?
Alek Wek has always known that she is beautiful, and if it’s taken this long for others to see her beauty, that’s their problem.
If you're looking to break into the world of comedy, Marie Faustin's path might be one to look at.
The S in YouTube series S&M, comedian Sydnee Washington wants to make people laugh and "promote healthy friendships that aren't all based on some kind of female...
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.
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.”
Paris-born, Nigerian singer/songwriter, Asa is giving us a new appreciation for the trans-cultural sound.