“This series is about identity, culture and legacy, beauty, strength, and joy,” Tracee Ellis Ross said in a release.

As reported by various outlets, Nia DaCosta has been chosen to direct the film adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates' debut novel, "The Water Dancer." Winfrey's Harpo Films will be produce the movie, along with MGM Studios, Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment, and Maceo-Lyn, which is Coates' own media company.

On May 1 at 8 p.m. ET, the Smithsonian Channel will air a new docufilm titled "The Color of Care." Produced in with Harpo Productions, it shows how the pandemic revealed the role truly plays in U.S. healthcare. Oprah asks: "What if I told you the biggest indicator of how long you're going to live is your zip code?"

Oprah has been steadfast in her support of HBCU’s and education for all of Blacks, and minorities. On September 28th, Oprah made another generous monetary donation to education. She decided to donate $1.15 million to the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) according to The Charlotte Observer. The 17th annual Maya Angelou’s Women Who Lead Luncheon […]

A North Carolina teen was accepted to 113 colleges with over $4 million in scholarships.

"These young people get to be literally warriors of the light," Oprah said.

The music mogul's words were dropped from the book as he faces sexual assault allegations from numerous women.