“It may sound petty, but I’m very painfully aware of the fact that they’ve stopped liking my posts and viewing my stories that engage with racism.”
Society has ingrained body dysmorphia into Black and brown communities for years, and here is a personal story of how one writer overcame it.
Founded by Uyi Omorogbe, 7 percent of every Naso sale is put toward building schools in rural African communities.
Lt. jg. Madeline Swegle has made history and will receive her wings of gold this summer.
These cookbooks celebrate the culture, cuisine, voices and experiences of their Black authors — and are packed with really delicious recipes.
Yes, it is 2020 and we are still having firsts for opportunities extended to Black and brown communities.
If you’re on the hunt for an Amazon subscription box that focuses on Black-owned businesses, look no further than Cocotique.
When it comes to diet culture, not all bodies — and races — are treated equally.
Black queer-owned brands only make up a small percentage, but this Trans beauty influencer garnered a profit from selling false lashes, press-ons and wigs.
An 8-year-old is earning waves of online praise for the way she responded to her Black friend’s experience with racism at school.