One teacher was fired for refusing to stop wearing handmade Black Lives Matter face masks.
The singer talks about being "body-normative" and rooting for Kamala Harris in the latest issue of Vogue.
The singer and actress recalls the dark place she was in prior to creating her latest album and the privilege of making music in 2020.
The 'BGT' judge is focusing on his young family as he remains strong against the torrent of racial abuse directed towards him.
Charleston, S.C.-based organizer Mika Gadsden shares her response to the Shan Shui jewelry line.
The "Riverdale" actress opens up about her sexuality and mental health during the pandemic.
The 28-year-old singer reflects on the many lows of 2020, along with some silver linings.
Miss USA 2019 talks about the organization's announcement of an in-person pageant being hosted this November.
Edge O' Beyond is one of two small brands making recent accusations against the well-known corporation.
The growing popularity among non-Black users of GIFs that feature Black people has given rise to a new term: "digital blackface." Yahoo spoke to UC Berkeley student Erinn Wong about her research on what that means.
Dolly Parton explains why she dropped the name "Dixie" from her Medieval Times-like attraction located in Tennessee and Missouri.
Nyome Nicholas-Williams says her photos were removed 'because I am Black, because I am fat, because I love myself."
A Black comedian is teaching a vital lesson after sharing his experience of getting pulled over by a police officer.
The 23-year-old actress opens up about her fears as a young Black woman in America.
The cartoonist's comic depicted two women at the grocery store, one wearing a mask and a George Floyd tribute and the other not.
Union gives her most candid interview yet about "America's Got Talent," Simon Cowell, Juliane Hough and more.
“If you turn a blind eye to racism, you become an accomplice to it,” says a quote from Winfrey that also appears on the September edition cover.
Tiffany Haddish admits she's afraid to have children — and the reason why should give pause.
The "Today" show star gets candid about the Black Lives Matter movement and its impact on his family.
One woman’s tweet about her experience with a Black doctor went viral, increasing the call for more Black medical professionals. Yahoo Life spoke to both India Marshall and her surgeon, Dr. Jewel Greywoode.
“The status quo is easy to excuse, and it’s hard to break. But it will pull tightest right before snapping.”