One teacher was fired for refusing to stop wearing handmade Black Lives Matter face masks.
Nyome Nicholas-Williams says her photos were removed 'because I am Black, because I am fat, because I love myself."
Wedding planners explain why they refuse to work on ceremonies hosted by venues which used to operate as plantations.
Amid nationwide protests over racial inequality, a 2018 interview with Davis talking about being called a "Black Meryl Streep" has resurfaced. So has an old interview with Sandra Oh talking about racism in the entertainment industry.
Chip and Joanna Gaines brought their whole family along to appear on "Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Man."
"I can't really regret it, because I really want the dialogue to come out," Crews said on Tuesday's "The Talk."
Cheslie Kryst and Zozibini Tunzi open up about tokenism in pageantry amid racial tensions in America.
Educators are having emotional, candid and difficult conversations with their students about the death of George Floyd, racial inequity, police brutality and protests in the U.S.
The founder of Healthy Roots Dolls and a mental health expert explain the importance of black dolls.
"I pray for the souls and the families of those who were taken from us," the former first lady wrote on Instagram.
The monumental photo was the first christening portrait to feature an African-American woman.
Viola Davis has overcome plenty of obstacles to achieve success as an African-American actress in Hollywood. And now she is challenging all of the industry’s outdated conventions around race and age.
"Lizzie McGuire" star Lalaine Vergara-Paras reflected on feeling out of touch with her Filipino heritage on Instagram Wednesday.
"You can't just fake an experience you don't have," a commenter told the actress and activist.
The actor is reportedly set to play Richard Williams, father of Venus and Serena Williams, in a new film, but critics say he's too light-skinned for the role.
"All I’m saying is we need them, they need us, we need you, we need each other."
Jada Pinkett Smith is her own woman. From the start of her acting career to marriage and motherhood, she’s never let anyone else define who she is and what she can do, enabling her to pursue acting, producing, music, philanthropy and raising a family all on her own terms. As she puts it, “It’s just a matter of really having the courage to create the life that’s specific to you and no one else.” You can’t tell me what being a woman means for me and what that looks like. You’re not allowed to tell me what my motherhood should look like. ...
A kind stranger stepped in to show a white mother how to style her adopted African-American daughter's hair — and the two moms bonded instantly.
A viral incident of a white woman in North Carolina yelling at a black neighbor went viral last week and apparently got back to the white woman's employer.
The basketball star and I Promise School founder paid tribute to Beyoncé, Rihanna, Zendaya, and other black women who have landed top magazine covers this month.
"I feel like I'm not hiding behind a mask and can fully be myself. I hope this helps others know that they can do the same."
In the week since Keziah Ginger Daum posted photos of herself on Twitter wearing a traditional Chinese dress, her outfit has come to symbolize a debate over cultural appropriation.