“The Woman King,” an historical drama about a troop of African women warriors from the 1800s, made at least 25% more than analysts expected.
The actress and activist passed away, but her legacy lives on among women on-screen – and women in STEM.
When the Florida Democrat’s district was redrawn, she decided to seek reelection to the state house instead of higher office – because her constituents “can’t afford to lose a voice.”
Just 18 years ago, Hudson was auditioning for “American Idol.” Now, the singer and actress is the youngest woman to ever achieve EGOT status.
Karine Jean-Pierre is a longtime aide of Joe Biden’s.
Kaegan Mays-Williams isn’t running to make history. She just wants a seat at the damn table.
Supporters who showed up for the historic Supreme Court nominee’s grueling Senate hearings see progress despite attacks.
Through actions both local and global, they’re helping us protect and preserve our most vital resources.
Once she launches, Jessica Watkins will photograph the Earth’s surface and conduct a host of scientific studies.
These dynamic Black women are huge influences in the worlds of politics, sports, the arts and much more.
To kick off Black History Month, we’re celebrating Black female entrepreneurs who are true examples of resilience.
Emilie Kouatchou has officially taken over the role of Christine Daaé in the long-running hit musical.
From sports to science and everything in between, these women have come out on top in their fields and inspired us along the way.