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Oct 16
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We, the People: Converse's Marcus Garvey-Inspired Collab Is 'a Powerful Provocation to Young Black Men and Women'

Is it just me, or is Converse having a moment? Just last month, we were waxing poetic about the brand’s back-to-back collaborations with Black-helmed retailer and artists’ collective Union, resulting in stunning capsule collections from photographer Shaniqwa Jarvis and toile-twisting interior designer Sheila Bridges.

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Regina King, Keisha Lance Bottoms and Sherrilyn Ifill Are Among Glamour's 2020 Women of the Year

A mayor, a legal titan and Hollywood royalty—Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, NAACP Legal Defense Fund president and director-counsel Sherrilyn Ifill, and Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actress Regina King are just three of the incredible women named Glamour magazine’s 2020 Women of the Year, each honored

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Oct 12
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It's All Over but the Humping: Cardi B's Birthday Included an Offset Reunion, a Reebok Launch and a Regrettable Lack of Masks

Cardi and Offset, y’all won—we’re once again reporting on your shenanigans, despite your supposedly impending divorce. (What can we say? It’s the 70th month of this pandemic, and we are starved for entertainment and excitement.) Depending on who you ask, Cardi turned 28 on Sunday (or “About 28,” if you’re asking shady-

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Veiled, but Not Mandatorily Masked? Despite Strict Protocol Plans, Cynthia Bailey's Weekend Wedding Raised Concerns

Ahh, we love Black love...and white weddings, come to think of it. We’ve also come to stan a thorough safety plan for gathering in the midst of an ongoing pandemic, which is why we’ve heartily applauded the protocol-friendly pivots some betrothed celebs have taken in recent months, whether they be outdoor ceremonies

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