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, November 23, 2022
In these page-turners, compelling characters grapple with personal truths as they drift toward and away from fateful connections.
, November 18, 2022
Order fried, roasted or smoked turkey. Plus: dressing, mac ’n’ cheese, vegan fare, spiral ham, gumbo, jerk chicken, candied yams, BBQ, peach cobbler, cheesecake, greens …
, November 18, 2022
Girl, who made this potato salad? Check out our mouthwatering mix of recipe guides from talented Black food and beverage pros, healthy eating advocates and cultural stewards.
, November 4, 2022
The anticipated encore to the blockbuster bestseller, ‘Becoming,’ does not disappoint. With ‘The Light We Carry,’ our forever First Lady is a beacon of hope and healing.
, September 23, 2022
Writing a novel that unpacks imperialism while coping with present-day hate taught this best-selling author and psychotherapist the decolonizing power of self-care.
, September 16, 2022
Learn new moves while getting some exercise, feeling the music, meeting new people and having a good time.
, September 9, 2022
A genius sister designer created Jackie Kennedy’s wedding dress. Piper Huguley’s juicy read, ‘By Her Own Design,’ captures the life of Ann Lowe, couturier to America’s elite.  
, September 9, 2022
New daytime talk shows hosted by Jennifer Hudson and Sherri Shepherd; Viola Davis bossing up as ‘The Woman King’; Angela Bassett’s regal return in ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,’ and more.
Named as her majority-Black town’s first Black valedictorian in recent memory, she was abruptly forced to share the honor with a white student. Was this a clerical error, or something else?
This HBCU administrator says first-generation students enrolled during the pandemic are getting an education in survival.
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