Do You 'Know Your Girls'? New FDA Guidelines and an Influencer Campaign Encourage Black Women to Prioritize Breast Health

Fun fact: As I write this, I’m awaiting the results of my first mammogram. It’s an awkward, somewhat anxiety-inducing, but nevertheless necessary rite of passage for most women over 40, and one I was admittedly slightly (slightly) overdue for. That’s right: I allowed the rest of my busy life to become a higher…

Redefining the Role: LaTanya Richardson Jackson Finds a Well-Deserved Spotlight in Broadway's To Kill a Mockingbird

Many know her as one-half of one of Hollywood’s most enduring marriages, but LaTanya Richardson Jackson (wife of Samuel L. Jackson), is an acting powerhouse in her own right. Just ask the audiences currently experiencing her talent nightly in Broadway’s acclaimed production of To Kill a Mockingbird.

‘Save Yourself’: Oprah Joins Stacey Abrams, Mae Jemison and More at the 10th Annual Women in the World Summit

“We women people, we are used to saving other folk; we’ve been doing it a very long time,” said Oprah Winfrey, keynote speaker of the 2019 Women in the World Summit on Wednesday night. “And we need to first and foremost honor the sacred time of saving ourselves because that is where our greatest power lies.”

Finding My Voice: With Her New Memoir, Valerie Jarrett Shares the Wisdom of Life's Many Chapters

On a sunny Saturday morning in one of Chicago’s trendiest neighborhoods (Fulton Market in the West Loop), passersby may have assumed the long line of mostly millennial-aged women winding out of one of the area’s newly refurbished warehouses were awaiting entrance to the latest brunch destination—or perhaps a sample…