A conversation with Tamika Mallory, Master P, and Kendall Johnson about the role we play as individuals in strengthening our community infrastructures to better move ourselves forward during times of crisis when the government drops the ball. We also discuss what it really looks like to pull together and rely on each other. Topics Include: Staying involved after the protests, social activism, the receipts, and the importance of the census.
A conversation with Charlene Carruthers, Janaya Future Khan, and Yesha Callahan about the role we play as individuals in strengthening our community infrastructures to better move ourselves forward during times of crisis when the government drops the ball. We also discuss what it really looks like to pull together and rely on each other. Topics include: #DefendThePolice, Art & Activism, and the power of the Black dollar.
Black women are 3-4 times more likely to die during pregnancy and childbirth than White women. Join Dr. Robyn Jones, board-certified OBGYN and Senior Medical Director, Women’s Health at Johnson & Johnson, in conversation with Emmy-winning journalist Mara Schiavocampo about the urgent need to address the racial disparities in healthcare that plague Black women. Dr. Jones will highlight the drivers of health inequities and share tools for how women can advocate for themselves while receiving care, increasingly vital in the face of COVID-19.
An enlightening conversation with Kellee Edwards, Patrice Banks, and Claressa Shields about Black women breaking barriers as businesswomen and entrepreneurs in unconventional career fields.
Richelieu Dennis, Marc Morial, and Chirlane McCray discuss economic disparities that have impacted our communities for generations and what moves we can make to collectively strengthen Black economies going forward.
Reverend Al Sharpton delivers an inspiring keynote to keep us uplifted during these unprecendented times.
Join Tai Beauchamp in conversation with Unilever EVP and COO NA Beauty & Personal Care, Esi Eggleston Bracey and National Urban League President & CEO, Marc Morial as they discuss how brands, organizations and the community must work together to build a more equitable world for the next generation.
Thasunda Brown Duckett gives us inspirational notes on how to close the wealth gap and set forth a path to financial health and long-term wealth creation.
Iconic couple Stephen & Ayesha Curry provide perspective on the importance, evolution, triumphs and specific challenges they face, including the strength they pull from each other to bring their families through the most difficult of times.
Influential Black women change agents lead a powerful, transparent, townhall where the issues that matter most to Black women in today’s climate take centerstage. During the discussion, the panel addresses the Black woman’s vote, police brutality against Black women, how to effectively address pay and healthcare inequities specific to Black women and more.
Prior to being elected, President Joe Biden, answered questions on his plans to address challenges in the Black and Brown communities.
Good things happen when neighbors come together. Tune in as State Farm and artist Andra Day unite for a virtual performance that encourages viewers to take action in their communities.
So many women across the country are facing uncertainty in the future of their careers and their financial security; many for the very first time in their lives. This conversation will hear from dynamic women who successfully revitalized their professional lives during times of challenging transition and how some of their strategies can help other women do the same.
Join us for a power-packed conversation with Renae Bluitt and ESSENCE’s Money and Power Editor, Marquita Harris on the ingredients for entrepreneurial success. Pull up a seat. The gems that these ladies will drop are guaranteed to be good for your soul. Plus watch these ladies announce the grand prize winner of ESSENCE and Pine-Sol's Build Your Legacy Contest, where we are awarding $100K to a Black woman entrepreneur.
From the Executive Producer of the groundbreaking Lifetime movie the Clark Sisters, comes CHATTER, an intimate, authentic talk show, where, every week, five diverse women of faith and influence sit down for an honest, no-holds-barred conversation about relationships, family, faith and lifestyle.
An open hearted conversation between Black mothers and White mothers to talk about what we teach our children when it comes to race and color. Our differences are what make us unique but how different are we when it comes to education, wealth, housing and more. The intent is to understand, learn and provide actionable next steps for our childrens lives. Speakers include Allison Holker, Jodie Patterson, Giovanna Gray Lockhart, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Ryan Michelle Bathe.
These last three months have hit African American, women entrepreneurs the hardest. Ford will provide a forum for African American female business owners to discuss the financial impact currently effecting their staff and overall business. Featured speakers include Beatrice Dixon, Arian Simone, Shelly Bell and Chef Akhi
With the uniqueness of the black culture comes institutional built setbacks. Essence explores the efforts and offers tips on how Black Americans can build wealth, power, and loving homes to overcome the odds.