"God has designed me for this moment here. Sometimes I really need to affirm myself like 'I can do this today,'" Hilson says.
Being Black, particularly dark skinned, in Hollywood is a battle that many actors/actresses are still trying to figure out how to conquer.
"I was the first one doing it and now everybody is doing it," Porter said in an interview.
Our hearts absolutely fluttered as we watched the Carter's express their love for one another in this short film for Tiffany & CO.
Paradise Square will run Pre-Broadway in Chicago, November 2 – December 5, 2021. Broadway previews will begin February 22, 2022, and tickets will be on sale through November 27, 2022, at the Barrymore Theatre in New York City.
CBS decided to take a different tack after announcing "The Activist" reality TV contest, which would trivialize important causes and got dragged across social media for being a performative dumpster fire of an idea.
Black Twitter offered a real-time review of BET's movie, "Karen," a horror flick about a racist, privileged and entitled white woman and her new Black neighbors.
"The Activist," an upcoming CBS reality TV show featuring activists competing on social media for likes and shares where the winner gets their cause backed by world leaders while the losing causes just lose, is ironically not being greeted warmly on social media.
We found 7 quotes from "The Wire" that speak directly to the black experience not only in Baltimore but the entire country as well.
Here's a look at some of the most influential Black talk show hosts in American history.
The news that TV trivia game show "Jeopardy!" snubbed actor LeVar Burton as its next host was met with almost as much outrage as the fact that he was passed over for someone with an alleged history of harassing and discriminating against women.
Burton finally took the stage Monday as guest host of the long-running quiz show, bringing the warmth and nostalgia millions remember from their childhood mixed with the wit and charm of America's next game show host.