Regina King

Black women aren’t stuck in the roles of yesteryear. Over time, they’ve graced screens – both big and small – playing versatile, relatable, and touching roles that help inspire #BlackGirlMagic all over the world.

For the second year in a row, actress Regina King took home an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role as Terri Lacroix in the ABC drama American Crime. FX’s OJ Simpson biopic mini-series, The People v. OJ: An American Crime Story, also won big with Sterling K. Brown taking home […]

The fall TV season is shaping up to be pretty eventful to say the least, with tons of #BlackGirlMagic representation to be proud of. One of the most anticipated shows this fall is FOX network’s Pitch about an African American female entering the arena of major league baseball. As if that wasn’t enough to get […]

Last night, Viola Davis became the first black woman to win an Emmy for best actress in a drama for her role on How to Get Away With Murder.  Davis’ win was the second history-making moment of the night — Vanity Fair pointed out that it was the first time the nominations for lead actress […]

This year’s Emmy nominations took Hollywood by storm with ten black actresses up for awards and two making Emmy history. Taraji P. Henson (Empire) and…

BET’s annual Black Girls Rock! featured some of the best representations of Black women in today’s culture, including First Lady Michelle Obama, who proved that Black…