OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network will premiere the eight-episode docu-series, “Released,” which features intimate, first-person narratives of formerly incarcerated men and women as they walk out of the prison doors for the first time to restart their lives. Continue Reading →
Finding ways to de-stress oneself or someone else is always a challenge, in the episodes from Iyanla Vanzant’s new show Iyanla House of Healing, the participants and Iyanla’s goal is to address those challenges. Continue Reading →
By Eartha Watts-Hicks, Editor-In-Chief
When life hands anyone a traumatic experience, anger of some form is understandable. When anger and discontent is expressed by a black woman, she is labeled an “Angry Black Woman.” Continue Reading →
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