Chioma Nnadi Makes History as First Black Woman to Head British Vogue

Condé Nast has announced that journalist Chioma Nnadi will be the next editor of British Vogue.  Edward Enninful, the current editor of British Vogue, recently announced his departure after the March 2024 issue hits stands, The Guardian reports. A beloved stylist turned head of one of the top fashion magazines, Enninful has had a successful […]

Morris Chestnut Teams Up With OWN For New Docuseries About The Legacy Of Black Wall Street

In the early 20th century, Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Greenwood district was a thriving predominantly Black community often referred to as Black Wall Street. Many African American families had flocked to the area, purchasing the land sold exclusively to “coloreds.” They created a bustling community filled with successful businesses, banks, theaters, and shops. Unfortunately, the success was […]

Dr. Agenia Walker Clark Appointed as New President of Fisk University

Dr. Agenia Walker Clark earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville before earning a Doctorate in Leadership from Vanderbilt University, Fisk University reports. A veteran community advocate, she served in a number of corporate roles before serving as Senior Director of Human Resources at Vanderbilt University and VP of Human […]

Black-Owned Wanderstay Boutique Hotel Opens in Houston

Houston has a new Black-owned hotel that is making quite the statement in the east downtown area of the city. According to Community Impact, a press release from the office of Houston Mayor, Sylvester Turner, recognizes the Wanderstay Boutique Hotel as the only Black-owned hotel in the Houston-area. The hotel is owned by Deidre Mathis, who founded the […]

Coco Gauff Has Earned $11.1M in Prize Money From Her 5-Year Professional Tennis Career

Tennis champion Coco Gauff is a multi-millionaire due to her tennis winnings over the past several years. The 19-year-old Atlanta, Georgia, native recently crossed the $10 million mark after becoming the first American teenager to win the US Open since Serena Williams. Gauff earned $3 million after winning her first-ever major title, which brought her […]

Marla Frederick Named First Woman Dean at Harvard Divinity School

Marla Frederick, a cultural anthropologist specializing in the Black religious experience, has been appointed as the new dean of Harvard Divinity School. Her role will commence on January 1, reports The Washington Post. When she assumes her role, Frederick will become the first woman and the first Black woman to lead the school in its […]

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