Black Love in the 21st Century | Thank You Black Women Celebrity matchmaker and dating strategist, Jasmine Diaz, along with Kirk and Tammy Franklin, hosts of TV One’s newest original dating series ‘The One’, sit down to discuss Black Love, how it has evolved in the 21st century, and why the contributions of Black women […]

Becky Pringle, president of the National Education Association, along with Bernita Bradley, a Detroit homeschool facilitator, discuss the pivotal role Black women have played in overcoming the inequities that exist within the education system.

When it comes to paving the way for the representation and liberation of marginalized people, including the LGBTQ+ community, Black women have always been in the forefront. As the nation moves to a place of healing and acceptance, those legacies and stories of leadership will continue to be told.

Two Black women leaders in sports: Phaidra Knight, athlete and founder of PSK Collective and Toni Harris, 1st female college football scholarship, discuss why gender equity matters, while reflecting on 50 years of Title IX and advocating for girls to play sports!

Carol’s Daughter founder Lisa Price, along with TV personality, executive producer and philanthropist Shaunie O’Neal dive into the challenges and rewards of balancing motherhood and entrepreneurship! The two #BossMoms empower us to remember our value and love ourselves first, so that we may be better caregivers, partners and business leaders.

Travel has become more appealing to Black women thanks, in part, largely to social media and these Black travel groups.

TV One presents Thank You Black Women, a monthly series celebrating remarkable Black and Brown women who are breaking the glass ceiling despite the odds.