Our First Lady Michelle Obama has officially given her last speech in the White House and got a little emotional, just like many of us do when we realize that she and President Barack Obama will no longer be our FLOTUS and POTUS.
The Obamas are a representation of Black love. Black love as a political act is more than love between two people who happen to be black. It’s a protest in a society—from housing to education to health care to criminal justice—is subsumed in pervasive anti-blackness on many levels.
The First Family will be promoting their Let Girls Learn Initiative with actresses Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto.
Plus, "Prison Bae" Jeremy Meeks is back with new modeling headshots and Black publications Ebony, Jet and The Grio all get sold.
Today marked the very first United State of Women Summit at The White House led by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. As expected, the event attracted some of the most powerful, educated and elegant ladies in the country as they gathered to talk about worldwide women’s equality and other women-related topics. […]
The problematic drawing depicts FLOTUS as masculine and angry, while Melania Trump is feminine and smiling.
The invited feasted on chicken, waffles and ribs while POTUS toasted the leaders of Sweden, Iceland, Finland, Denmark and Norway.