Taryn Delanie Smith was the first Black Miss New York to be crowned while wearing her natural hair — here’s what you need to know about her journey.
Why going back to our roots became a new family pact: ‘This is what I needed’
My mom always told me: Your family is the foundation you stand on, and never forget where you come from.
Teen entrepreneur is ‘flexin” in her complexion and uplifting Black youth along the way
16-year-old CEO Kheris Rogers is launching her first teen summit during Black History Month.
TikTok unveils first ever Visionary Voices list during Black History Month
Here are 15 of the best and brightest Black creators on TikTok.
The #NoLoveChallenge spotlights HBCUs culture
The #nolovechallenge on TikTok is shining a light on HBCU dancers.
Black Gen Z is reviving Project Pat and Memphis jookin’
It’s been nearly 24 years since Project Pat’s debut album Ghetty Green debuted, but Black Gen Z TikTokers are making sure his legacy lives on.
Navajo breath-work facilitator Deoné Newell aims to decolonize wellness
Newell aims to create more cultural authenticity in the wellness space.
Former UCLA star gymnast Nia Dennis on taking up space and showing up authentically
Former UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis showcases her authentic self in her routines to highlight Black excellence.
17-year-old founder Marley Dias on her #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign and representation in children’s literature
Harvard student and activist Marley Dias wants young people to read banned books.
‘Good Trouble’ actress Zuri Adele talks inclusivity in the beauty and wellness space
The actress shares how wellness can be more inclusive for marginalized communities.