For Black History Month, we’re celebrating Black female entrepreneurs who are true examples of resilience and innovation.
Women of Color
A conservative activist claims the Fearless Fund, which invests in Black women business owners, engages in “explicit racial exclusion.”
Extasy James’ Good Grades is a marker of progress amid the lasting impacts of the war on drugs. But fewer women and people of color are opening shops.
The billionaire woman entrepreneur and nine-time Grammy winner will perform in next year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show.
Care in Action, a women-led nonprofit, wants to make sure domestic workers – most of them women of color and immigrants – “get their fair share.”
The flight happened as the airline promised to diversify its ranks of pilots.
The streamer’s reboot of the beloved sports film tackles what the movie didn’t: race and sexuality.
“Afghanistan Undercover” is an award-winning journalist’s attempt to make sure the women of Afghanistan are not forgotten by the world.
Bobbie Racette was once the hesitant face of Virtual Gurus, the Canadian tech company she started, but she has since embraced her identity.
The pop powerhouse and savvy entrepreneur, who recently welcomed a new baby, has another title to add to her laundry list of accolades.
Facing the reality of a world without Roe, students move the fight for reproductive rights to their campuses and careers.
Women who grew up with federal protections are now mobilizing to keep them.
With the landmark case expected to be overturned, we talk with Pandia Health’s Dr. Sophia Yen and daughter Stephanie about reproductive rights.
Just 18 years ago, Hudson was auditioning for “American Idol.” Now, the singer and actress is the youngest woman to ever achieve EGOT status.
Vellani’s character is a revolutionary nod to the Brown teenage experience, with a supernatural twist.