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Gabrielle Union has thanked fans for their “love and encouragement” after her step-daughter came out as transgender. The 47-year-old actress took to social media on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020, to share her gratitude to those who have offered “support” and “resources” following the news that her 12-year-old stepdaughter — who was born a boy named…

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Sisterhood is valued by Black women. Sisters — biological and unrelated — are the people you celebrate good times with, cry through the bad times with, laugh at your flaws with, and the people who cheer you on like you’re Beyoncé. Sisters are the people you can talk to about anything when you can’t talk…

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Kim Kardashian West has launched her “strongest” line of SKIMS solutionwear. The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star began releasing her brand of shapewear earlier this year, and this week, she dropped a brand new line of Contour Bonded products, which are designed to give wearers maximum support. In an Instagram post, she said: “Our…

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Tiffany Haddish needs “15 hugs a day.” The 39-year-old actress believes getting hugs from her loved ones is the key to happiness, and says getting a healthy dose of hugs helps keep her from needing to see a “psychiatrist.” She said: “Fifteen hugs a day keeps the psychiatrist away! That’s why I love comedy so much because…

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In a recent interview with HuffPost Live, former Heavyweight Boxing champ Mike Tyson expressed his support for Donald Trump. Tyson stated “He should be president of the United States” when asked about Trump. Tyson was then asked if he would be voting for Trump and he said, “Yeah, hell yeah! Big time. Why wouldn’t anybody…

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I In part three of rolling out‘s discussion with Chicago hip-hop pioneer and teaching poet Geoffrey “Dr. Groove” Watts, he discusses how the women he encountered on the train helped to professionalize his approach to his ministry. He talks about how Black Pullman Porters used to provide information to other Black people in need of…

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Hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons released an op-ed piece this week, and the Def Jam Recordings founder took the time to share his thoughts on hip-hop’s most controversial superstar: Kanye West. In his piece, Simmons shares his belief that West is misunderstood and he also believes that Kanye’s recent outbursts are for the good of everyone–not just in service to West’s own narcissism.

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