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The Murky Legacy Of Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ Five Years Later
"Though the song remains undeniably catchy, it’s become a bit difficult through the years to look past its lyrics..."
This Sh*t Is For Us: Black Diasporic Women Are Running New York City’s Underground Music Scene
The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism released a study exposing the music industry’s lack of diversity. In 2017, 83.2 percent of artists were…
Dascha Polanco Joins Dove To Mentor New York City Girls On Body Positivity
Studies show that spending just an hour with today's youth can change how they view themselves, reclaim their confidence and develop leadership.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Discusses The Power Of Female MCs
When hip-hop and politics meet.
Brooklyn Congressman Honors Female Rap Collaborations With 10-Day Countdown
What a great way to ring in Women's History Month.
For The Ladies: Netflix’s March Releases Featuring All-Star Women
Who runs Netflix? Girls... at least for March.
Here’s How Women Are Celebrating ‘Harriett Tubman Day’
Years after the holiday came to fruition in 1990, Girl Trek is pushing forward Tubman's legacy.
‘Day Without A Woman’ Organizer Arrested During Protest
"Sitting in the streets about to be arrested."
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10 Women Of Color Share Their Blistering Truths About Existing In Contemporary America
"The nationalism I seek is one that decolonizes the brown and female body as it decolonizes the brown and female earth." —Cherrie Moraga…
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Exhume Those Bodies: Remembering 21 Of The Most Influential Women Artists In The Last Century
During the 89th Academy Awards (Feb. 26), actress and producer Viola Davis was fêted as the Best Supporting Actress for her role as Rose in Fences. Her speech – in…
Mic Check: HLN’s Rocsi Diaz On Making Transitions
Rocsi Diaz on career transitions and her mother's wise words.
Morning Glory: Meet Executive Editorial Producer Of ‘Good Morning America’, Santina Leuci
An executive editorial producer of 'Good Morning America' on her career trajectory, being a morning person and the most rewarding aspect of her job.
‘Gone With the Wind’ to Have Prequel Based on Mammy’s Story
The success of 12 Years a Slave may have inspired a classic story to change directions. The New York Times Reports author Donald McCaig,…
Dream Hampton Says Biggie Was Her “First Reader”
Every year on March 9, followers and fans flock to author/filmmaker dream hampton's Twitter feed searching for hip-hop historic gems: her personal stories about Notorious…
25 Black Women You Should Know About
As Women’s History Month comes to a close, we at HelloBeautiful.com wanted to highlight some of the amazing women who inspire us everyday. We selected…
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Rachel Dolezal Faces 15 Years Of Prison Over Welfare…
The mother of three allegedly deposited nearly $83,924 into her bank account, while receiving public assistance.
Photo Of Determined Alabama Teen Walking, Taking Bus…
Corey Patrick is an inspiration.
D.L. Hughley, T.I. Call Double Standard Between Texas…
The two share what they describe as a double standard in both cases in Texas.
Fourth Grader Left In Tears After Teacher Claims His…
"She told me when you turn 16 and the police shoot you, the only person you can be mad at is yourself,” Malachi said.
Zaytoven Creates The Soundtrack For Trap Spots With His…
May 25, 2018 - 8:09 am
Zaytoven unleashes his official debut.
BlocBoy JB Talks The Value Of Black Life And Fatherhood
Decoding Childish Gambino's Thought-Provoking "This Is America" Video
Why Lauryn Hill's 'MTV Unplugged No. 2.0' Album Is Still A Gem
5 Times Nicki Minaj's Videos Referenced Asian Culture