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The President and First Lady


The Obamas have raised the bar for Black love. Long before this couple resided at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, they were breaking down barriers individually and collectively. From Mrs. Obama’s awe-inspiring story of taking a chance on a funny-named intern to the way the Commander-in-Chief looks at his better half, this couple reminds us that beside every great man, there definitely is a great woman.

Bishop T.D. and Serita Jakes

It’s not easy running a multimillion dollar international enterprise to change lives, which is why the Bishop is happy to have his wife by his side. While he preaches to the masses from The Potters House and writes motivational books, the Mrs. travels the country empowering women and girls.

Lamar and Ronnie Tyler

This young couple got tired of hearing of the lack of strong Black families and launched to connect strong Black couples and families. They are growing their franchise and have released three DVDs — “Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage,” “You Saved Me,” and “Men Ain’t Boys.”

Read our interview with Ronnie and Lamar »

Tamela and David Mann

Tyler Perry struck gold when he cast this duo in his movies and plays. The two now star as father and daughter on the TBS series “Meet the Browns.” The happy couple married at 21 and are still going strong, after having raised five children.

Rodney and Holly Robinson Peete

Married for over 15 years, this Hollywood couple still has that honeymoon glow. Meeting when Rodney was a top NFL player and Holly was America’s television sweetheart, the two made time for love and four children. They have dedicated themselves to the HollyRod Foundation to help those impacted by Parkinson’s disease, and also raise awareness for children with autism.