Phillip Youmans wrote and directed a Tribeca Film Festival Award-winning film. Now, he wants to empower others his age.
"One size fits all" skincare advice from white influencers doesn't cut it.
Creator Steven Canals talks about the importance of diversity in television as well his next project now that Pose has ended.
Ava DuVernay and the show's directors reveal how they brought Colin Kaepernick's untold story to Netflix.
Ahead of the new HBO documentary The Janes, three former Janes reunite for the first time in decades for an exclusive conversation with Cosmo, sharing their thoughts on the possible overturn of Roe v. Wade and their faith in millennials and Gen Zers to carry their torch.
If you blink, you'll miss it.
Gladys Kidd Jennings, R.D., 96, has won numerous awards for her pioneering work in the field of nutrition and dietetics. In the 1960s, she was one of the first to examine the socioeconomic factors affecting nutritional health in Black communities.
It can end up doing more harm than good.
It’s not a win for representation when the show casts four new “leads” of color who only prop up the white main characters.
Black women struggled to obtain abortion care before Roe fell. What happens to them now that the 1973 case has been overturned?
Firsts define Vivian Pinn’s career: the only Black person and the only woman to graduate from her medical school class, the first full-time director of the Office of Research on Women’s Health. What’s kept her motivated? A focus on greater purposes. Here, she shares her story.
As a kid, I saw their marriage as proof everything would turn out OK. And then they broke up.