The 22-year-old gets candid about her struggles of coming to terms with her identity.
Scholars say there are many important facts about Black history that are being ignored or forgotten in U.S. school curriculum.
The 2021 version of Black History Month, following a summer of Black Lives Matter protests and the election of the first Black woman elected vice president, feels different.
Ross shares in an exclusive interview with Yahoo Life that she was “sort of navigating as a young girl an industry and a standard of beauty that didn’t seem to make space” for her.
"I'm angry as hell that my daughter was not allowed to represent Black History Month," said the tearful New Jersey mom.
The expected task is to research and present an African-American historical figure, and students are encouraged to wear costumes depicting the icon.
Twitter erupted over Esquire's March 2019 issue. The cover spotlights what it's like for "an American boy" to grow up in today's society.
Shayla Hill is a stylist, filmmaker, activist, and the founder of Slay For A Change, a movement designed to encourage individuals to use their talents to challenge racism, sexism, and beauty standards in the fashion industry.
At a historically black college and university, homecoming is a weeklong celebration that includes everything from high-energy step-dancing and fashion shows to exuberant parades and tailgate parties.