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July 21st, 2014
9:53 PM EST
July 18th, 2014
8:34 PM EST

Nicole Murphy Of Hollywood Exes Exclusive: Eddie Murphy’s Support, Effect On Perception Of Reality TV Black Women, Strahan, And More [Video]

Nicole Murphy talked to us at the Pre-ESPY Awards’ American Federation for Children Event in LA.

July 17th, 2014
2:08 PM EST

Color Struck: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Casting Call Asks For Light Skinned/Mixed Black Women With No Weave!

A racist Hollyweird casting call was posted asking for mixed women to star in NWA’s new biopic…

July 15th, 2014
6:43 PM EST

14 Beautiful Black Women With Darker Complexions Who Encourage Others To Love The Skin They’re In

These women provide encouragement to other dark-skinned women to love the skin they’re in, in a culture that is stuck on one look.

May 30th, 2014
12:09 PM EST

Black Girls Rock: 13 Hip-Hop Songs Honoring Black Women

Which Hip Hop track is your favorite?

May 27th, 2014
6:47 PM EST

Famous Black Women You Probably Didn’t Know Attended Ivy League Schools

 

From Shonda Rhimes to Lauryn Hill, the women on this list attended for a while and/or graduated from some of the top ivy league colleges in the country.

May 13th, 2014
10:51 AM EST

V. Stiviano’s All Bi-Racial Castmates-Friends From Reality Show Say “She Doesn’t Even Like Black Women Herself” [Video]

Well, it’s no secret she’s an attention slore, but besides all that… the one in the interview second from the right… IS BANGIN!!!

May 8th, 2014
8:38 AM EST

Promoting The Fake Black Woman?: Sherri Shepherd Encourages Black Women To Wear Extensions & Wigs [Video]

Must be nice to just wash your hair, brush it, quickly style it and be on your way to work instead of covering up your natural hair and try to make sure people don’t notice it’s not real.

May 6th, 2014
10:31 AM EST

Exclusive: The Ladies Of Married To Medicine Say “We Are Not Showing A Ghetto Side Of Black Women, We’re Showing A Human Side” [Video]

Dr. Simone Whitmore and Quad Webb-Lunceford of Married to Medicine talk to Bossip about the perception of black women on reality shows.