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Black Don’t Crack: Essence Atkins’ Age Stumps Comedians Courtney Bee, Kim Hylton & LAM

Source: Leon Bennett / Getty 49 where?! As our 2021 “Winter TV Guide” cover star, Essence Atkins is the latest subject of our ‘Black Don’t Crack’ series. The beloved 90s actress has starred in iconic shows like The Cosby Show, Smart Guy and Half… Continue Reading “Black Don’t Crack: Essence Atkins’ Age Stumps Comedians Courtney Bee, Kim Hylton & LAM”

Black Buying Power In The Pandemic: How COVID-19 Is Changing Our Holiday Spending

Source: NoSystem images / Getty UPDATED: 2:00 a.m. ET, Nov. 26 Originally published: Nov. 27, 2020 ‘Tis the season to dig deep in your pockets and open up your pocketbooks for the 2021 holiday shopping season, which officially got underway the minute Thanksgiving ended… Continue Reading “Black Buying Power In The Pandemic: How COVID-19 Is Changing Our Holiday Spending”

What Is The National Day Of Mourning?

Source: Boston Globe / Getty People with their eyes open to accurate history have been aware of the Thanksgiving jig for a long minute. Many Indigenous folks curve the false narrative (the Indians and Pilgrims had a happy feast, yeah right) of the holiday… Continue Reading “What Is The National Day Of Mourning?”

5 Tips For Managing Grief During The Holidays

  Source: miniseries / Getty  Grief can have a particular sting during the holidays, especially if it’s the first year without a special someone. Grief can take many forms. And the loss of a loved one or the end of meaningful relationships can impact… Continue Reading “5 Tips For Managing Grief During The Holidays”

COVID-19 Variant B.1.1.529 Raises Concerns Across South Africa

Source: piola666 / Getty COVID-19 is still very much a part of our daily lives and while vaccinations and other mitigating factors have helped, the world is still in the grips of a pandemic. Earlier this week, a virologist in London discovered the B.1.1.529,… Continue Reading “COVID-19 Variant B.1.1.529 Raises Concerns Across South Africa”

5 Celebrity Women Who Throw Down In The Kitchen

Source: Boston Globe / Getty It’s officially Thanksgiving and if you’re anything like me, you’re already counting down the hours until the resident family chef says that the food is ready to eat! From the turkey to the mac and cheese, to the cornbread… Continue Reading “5 Celebrity Women Who Throw Down In The Kitchen”

14 Thick And Juicy Men We’re Thankful For

There’s so much to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. From our health to our loving families, especially considering how tough it’s been over the last two years being sheltered indoors because of the COVID 19 pandemic. It may seem superficial, but we’re also giving… Continue Reading “14 Thick And Juicy Men We’re Thankful For”

‘King Richard’ Actress Layla Crawford Opens Up About the Anxiety That Comes With Acting In An Oscar-Worthy Film

Source:  Courtesy of Mayhem Entertainment Public Relations The highly anticipated movie, King Richard, has hit theaters and HBO Max and the reviews are extremely positive. Critics are raving about the biopic that tells the story of Richard Williams (played by Will Smith) who is… Continue Reading “‘King Richard’ Actress Layla Crawford Opens Up About the Anxiety That Comes With Acting In An Oscar-Worthy Film”

Living Room Flexing: 5 Outfit Ideas For Thanksgiving Day

Source: Courtesy of @geewall11 Can’t you just smell the sweet potato pie baking in the oven? Thanksgiving is upon us, and you know what that means — it’s time to celebrate the three F’s – Food, Family, and Fashion, of course! When Black families… Continue Reading “Living Room Flexing: 5 Outfit Ideas For Thanksgiving Day”

Why HBCUs And Corporate Sponsors Need To Invest In The Mental Health Of Black Students

Source: HBCU Week Foundation assets / HBCU Week Foundation The conversation around mental health in the Black community has been progressing in recent years but there is still a long way to go.  Life circumstances such as social expectations, financial challenges, and systemic racial… Continue Reading “Why HBCUs And Corporate Sponsors Need To Invest In The Mental Health Of Black Students”