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BET’s longtime CEO Debra Lee took the time to tell us about the purpose of the Black Girls Rock! Awards.
Black Girls Rock! 2011 Award winner Taraji P. Henson served as the host of the 2017 Black Girls Rock! Awards
Black Girls Rock definitely brought out the women not only about their business in life but also the ones conscious
Pan-African media company’s Face2Face Africa hosted the 2017 FACE List Awards on Saturday, July 15 in New York City. Dubbed
The sun makes a quick afternoon appearance almost as if it anticipates the excitement behind BET’s Black Girls Rock! performers and
The house was packed with some of the most powerful Black women in entertainment at BET’s “Black Girls Rock!” event this year.
The fifth annual Black Girls Rock! will celebrate six brilliant black women in entertainment, education, philanthropy, and health tonight on
The fifth annual Black Girls Rock! will celebrate six brilliant black women in entertainment, education, philanthropy and health tonight on
Who knew that the influence one special principal, Nadia Lopez of Mott Hall Bridges Academy, had on an eighth grade
The red carpet production is probably something you would only pay attention to if you are employed on the production
Tracee Ellis Ross was one of the many celebrities we got a chance to speak with on the stunning white
When speaking to an accomplished actress, singer and dancer like the Geneva, Switzerland-born Kat Graham, it’s really a breath of
Lil Mama is just all over the place. Seems she’s been in the groove of things since her acting debut
When first lady Michelle Obama spoke onstage alongside the M.A.D. Girls; Kaya Thomas, Chental-Soing Bembry and Gabrielle Jordan, it was
The hosts of Black Girls Rock! — Regina King and Tracee Ellis Ross — made no qualms about letting it be
BLACK GIRLS ROCK!™ celebrates its fifth year honoring the triumphs of inspirational Black women who are trailblazers in the areas
Notable women from the world of hip-hop, including MC Lyte and Lauryn Hill, came out to show love at ROCK!
When the annual “Black Girls Rock” premiered in 2013, a #WhiteGirlsRock hashtag went viral, mainly from Caucasian females who failed