Blossom: Tell us about the moment you became a filmmaker. Dionne Edwards: I remember it quite vividly actually, I was 14 and was into writing stories and drama class was one of my better areas. My teacher put me on to a TV workshop outside of school. […]
As a principal, she has transformed three low-performing schools, dramatically improving test scores and the rate at which students attend college. This is how you prepare the next generation.
While in Chicago testing the Jordan #XX9, we went to Michael Jordan’s house to play basketball. Here is a quick vlog of his crib.
The experience of being black is different in every country. Black Ballad took to the streets of London to hear the stories of Black British Women.
With Netflix’s “What The Health” on the top of everyone’s mind, we found some $2 vegan meals that are guaranteed to fit into your weekly grocery budget.
So you’re pregnant, what do you do? Everybody’s pregnancy is different. Our Melanin Mommas are talking about their experiences and how you can manage or validate your pregnancy experience.
She just left ABC to join Netflix. She had an entire day of the week named after her on ABC. She’s Shonda Rhimes and here are her Top 10 Rules for Success.
curlbox founder, Myleik Teele, reveals how she ventured out of PR and followed her dream of launching a very successful subscription box service.
Born an artist and a hustler, Taj Omari started pushing her paintings for profit at the age of 5. Though she always perceived herself as an artist, it wasn’t until 2014 that she began to see herself as a creative.
If Black Twitter had an office and employees, here’s what it would look like. Today’s topic: The #DiddyCrop.