Women Run the World

These change-makers have transformed hardships, challenges, and life lessons into personal growth and philanthropic efforts based off their journeys.

Damn the Man, Save the Femme-pire!

Blaque Founder T'Nisha Symone Is Creating a One-of-a-Kind Fitness Space for the Black Community

"As a Black woman, I didn't know where I could go and say, 'wow, this place makes me feel like they see me as worthy.' I thought it was time to create a fitness space where Black people could go and feel that way."

Black-Owned Etsy Shops to Sourcing the Most Unique Finds

From unique athleisure styles to feel-good beauty essentials, prepare to become obsessed with these Black-owned Etsy shops.

Janelle Monáe Is Blurring the Lines Between Actor and Activist—and She's Not Stopping Anytime Soon

This boundary-bending singer, songwriter, and actor remains unstoppable, even during a standstill. Here, Janelle talks to Farai Chideya, a writer and broadcaster on pop and politics, about moving forward, starring in the timely Antebellum, and why she’s taking on a new role as a social activist.

How One Model Is Working for Fair Conditions In the Fashion Industry

Sara Ziff first spoke out about abuses in the modeling industry 10 years ago. In the age of #MeToo, it's clear she was ahead of her time.

I'm Not Crying, You're Crying

Billie Eilish Delivered a Powerful Message About Body-Shaming In a Chilling New Performance

In a moving video, the 18-year-old singer is shown shedding her oversized jacket while opening up about the body-shaming comments she's faced throughout her career.

Boss Babes, Unite!

How Two Fashion Insiders Are Fighting Eating Disorders In the Industry

Ruthie Friedlander and Christina Grasso bonded over their shared experience and created an organization to help others dealing with the same issues.