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Bishop Secular says he would never date outside of his race. However, he doesn’t have a problem with people who do. Listen to the audio…

Data from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene reveals that black women had more abortions than live births in 2012. While…

Two years ago, Nicole Ari Parker created Save Your Do, a hair wrap for Black women who work out. Listen to Nicole and her husband…

Vanessa Williams has a history of heart health issues in her family, so she gives some tips for Black women on “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show.”…

According to a new study published by Wake Forest University School of Medicine, scientists discovered that two out of every five Black women or 40…

via: eurweb.com Ever since comedian/political commentator D.L. Hughley put his foot in his mouth regarding black women during the Don Imus “nappy headed hoes” incident back in 1997, he’s had an image problem. That image problem precisely is that most folks think he doesn’t like black women. Well, they’re right. But he claims it’s bigger than that. […]

Front and center in the ongoing debate around women’s rights are the issues of health care and freedom of choice. During a tense election cycle,…

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  via:christinapost   A new poll by The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation found that black women are among the most religious groups in the U.S., and rely on God the most in times of trouble.  The poll asked four different groups – black men, black women, white men and white women – […]

via ForwardTimesOnline.Com In honor of Women’s History Month, black leaders gathered in Washington to pay their respect to African-Americans who have paved the way for our society. The event focused on what it will take for blacks to continue move at a forward momentum. Read More

Men tend to get all of the credit for everything, especially the Civil Rights Movement. While Dr. Martin L. King Jr. and Malcolm X are known as the faces of the movement, black history is brimming with women whose contributions are equally noteworthy. Here’s our list of black women who helped to advance the race […]