The people with real power are willing to lose to principle. We. Miss. You. Joe.
Friends Thandie Newton (“Westworld”) and Oprah Winfrey (“The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”) discuss their HBO series and reminisce about shooting “Beloved” together with The Hollywood Reporter.
In the wake of Katrina, New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward was one of the few neighborhoods where relief came slowly. Cotlon decided he’d open up his own shops and restore the community one small business at a time.
This is a short film on the definition of Black Girl Magic and how to Find your magic.
In this spirited conversation with Mia Birdsong, the movement’s three founders share what they’ve learned about leadership and what provides them with hope and inspiration in the face of painful realities.
The #BuiltbyWomen’s Initiative, presented by TechSquare Labs is on a mission to pair 100 minority women, 50 technical and 50 go-to market, in an effort to build technology products by solving the toughest problems that face industries in the country.
No matter how great your life is, you’re always going to encounter pain and struggle—the question is, how are you going to react to it?
In a world that so often seeks to divide, a group of strangers from across the globe is coming together to discover how alike we truly are.
A 12-year-old girl strives to rekindle her parent’s dwindling romance at her desert town’s annual carnival, and learns painful lessons about love in the process.
Stephanie Lampkin shares how she created Blendoor to MadameNoire.