Women’s History Month

On International Women's Day, We Want To Spotlight 8 Black Women Who Have Made History In 2022! Of course, we're only a quarter through the year so we have no doubt there will be many more doing the same...

Serena Williams serves the world’s fastest tennis ball. During competition, the champion competitor is dashing around the court swinging a heavy racket. And when she isn’t on the court, she’s designing a ready-to-wear line for the everyday woman and making motherhood look easy. She must wear some strong deodorant. In fact, she does. Serena partnered […]

March is Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating 31 different women over the month, spanning the worlds of entertainment, politics, local, global and beyond. Our 2020 list continues with The GOAT. Not just in women’s tennis where she’s won a record 23 Grand Slam titles (including one while pregnant), but arguably the greatest female athlete […]

I’m excited to announce that my godmother, Gospel legend and Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee, DC’s own, Shirley Ables (of Shirley Ables and the Joy Gospel Singers) will be celebrating her 80th Birthday with a concert featuring her current music students as well as former music students who are now recording artist and professional […]

March is Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating 31 different women over the month, spanning the worlds of entertainment, politics, local, global and beyond. Entry number 14 on our list is one of the women in Hollywood showcasing our stories, whether it be in the form of documentaries, feature films and more. Always looking to […]

March is Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating 31 different women over the month, spanning the worlds of entertainment, politics, local, global and beyond. Entry number 12 on our list gave us life as an awkward black woman trying to make it and in turn created a platform for others to create short films, present […]

March is Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating 31 different women over the month, spanning the worlds of entertainment, politics, local, global and beyond. Entry number 11 arguably plays one of the more intriguing and outstanding mothers on television but if you’ve known of her family tree and her own prowess behind the scenes as […]

March is Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating 31 different women over the month, spanning the worlds of entertainment, politics, local, global and beyond. Entry number eight happens to come on International Women’s Day and the same day she becomes the first woman to lead a Marvel Cinematic Universe film as a hero. But if you’ve […]

March is Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating 31 different women over the month, spanning the worlds of entertainment, politics, local, global and beyond. Entry number seven on our list hails from Dallas, Texas and is the living definition of a young girl boss. When she felt the need to create spaces for her ideas, she wasn’t going […]

In 1909, educator, religious leader and civil rights activist Nannie Helen Burroughs established the National Training School for Women and girls with the help of the National Baptist Convention. The purpose of this school was to educate and train poor, working African American women. Initially operating out of a small farm house, they moved to […]

To the Sports loving ladies, I didn’t forget about you! In 2016, Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first hijab wearing muslim woman to represent the US at the Olympics. After winning the bronze medal in the team sabre event at the Summer Games in Rio, she became the first female Muslim-American athlete to win an Olympic […]

To all the little brown ballerinas, this one is for YOU! In 2015, Misty Copeland became the first African American performer to dance with AND be appointed as a principal dancer for the American Ballet Theater in its then 75 year history. After studying under Cindy Bradley, a California Ballet instructor, Copeland joined the American […]