Sports Sunday: Honoring Althea Gibson, The First Black Woman to Win Wimbeldon

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Continuing with Women’s History Month, we highlight a woman who made history during her time on Earth. Althea Gibson was an American tennis player, who was the first black athlete to cross the color line of international tennis. She became the first woman of color in 1956 to win a Grand Slam title and the following year, […]

Miss-Understood: Shaming One Type Of Woman To Uplift Another Is Not A Nod To Feminism, It’s Just Weak


Julie Klausner ridicules Zendaya’s naturally thin frame and labels her as a celebrity who “perpetuates dangerous beauty standards” for young girls, but insists she’s only trying to promote the celebration of healthy body images for women.  Beyonce says giving birth to her daughter was her most proud accomplishment and faces a slew of backlash from “feminists,” […]

Listen To Jill Scott’s New Single “Closure”


As we inch closer to the greatly anticipated release of Jill Scott’s album Woman, the Philly songstress unveils her bold new single “Closure”. Jill Scott pulls no punches and heads straight for the jugular as she sings about ending a relationship that both she and her unsuspecting mate desperately needed to call time on. Scott […]