Black women

Women’s History Month: Why Is Salary Transparency Important To Black Women?

“Not being transparent almost always ensures that the person coming in behind you may not get what they deserve.”

Tammy Williams To Be First Black Woman To Own $135 Million Production Studio In Atlanta

Tyler Perry, until now, was the only Black person to own a studio in Georgia.

OPINION: Changing the Chemistry of Justice By Elevating Women Like Ketanji Brown Jackson

Although women have made great strides in the judicial field, there is still more work to do, and it’s being done.

Two Furloughed Sisters Whipped Up a Cheesecake Business with the Help of Family, Friends and GoDaddy

“When life gives you lemons, you could be sour, or you can make lemonade!”

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: How Black People Are Disproportionately Affected With The Virus & Antiquated Messaging

Even with all the advances in the treatment of HIV, African-Americans, especially Black women, have the highest numbers of new diagnoses compared to other racial or ethnic groups in the United States.

Biden Considers Judge J. Michelle Childs And Others For Supreme Court Nominee

The president to keep to his pledge of nominating the first Black woman to Supreme Court Justice.

Black Women Creatives

BET celebrates the accomplishments of these exceptional trailblazers who are dominating in new and exciting ways.

Black Women Are Leaving the Workforce at the Highest Rates of Any U.S. Demographic, Report Says

Black Women Leaving U.S. Workforce More Than Other Demographics, Report Says

The First Task Force For Murdered And Missing Black Women Has Just Launched

The task force comprises advocacy groups, court representatives, and law enforcement