NEW YORK (AP) — Diahann Carroll, the Oscar-nominated actress and singer who won critical acclaim as the first black woman to star in a non-servant role in a TV series as "Julia," has died. She was 84.
Jessye Norman, the majestic American soprano who brought a sumptuous, shimmering voice to a broad range of roles at the Metropolitan Opera and houses around the world, died on Monday in New York. She 74.
How The 25 Black Women In Beauty Collective Is Providing A Literal Seat At The Table For Beauty Executives And Mavens
Last Thursday, before Emmy’s weekend, 25 Black Women in Beauty held their second private dinner at the luxe Crustacean Beverly Hills restaurant, which featured some of the most powerful black women executives,
(CNN) — Long before Serena Williams became America's great tennis star, and even before Arthur Ashe made history, there was Althea Gibson. It was the 1950s. Tennis' Open Era had yet to begin -- meaning
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Legendary New Orleans chef Leah Chase always had problems when customers asked if she served "soul food." Well, that would depend on where your soul was, she'd say. If it was in China,
A record number of African American women graduated from the prestigious United States Military Academy on Saturday: Of the 200 female cadets graduating, 34 were black—and they're part of making the class
Ruth E Carter hopes her Oscar win for Black Panther will open the door for more diversity in a field that’s been lacking Regally draped in an embellished silk ball gown and a glittering jeweled necklace,
Hannah Beachler made history Sunday as the first African American to take home a trophy in the production design category for her work on “Black Panther.” The 48-year-old, who has already taken home an
Black Panther’s Ruth E. Carter won Best Costume Design at Sunday’s Academy Awards, becoming the first black woman in history to win the category. Carter — a previous Oscar nominee for Amistad and Malcom