Erin E. Evans
Erin E. Evans
editorial director, culture

Movement Must-Reads: Oprah and more celebrities get out the vote

Plus, first-time voters tell us why they're motivated to cast their ballots in Tuesday's midterms.

Actress Javicia Leslie says ‘God Friended Me’ isn’t a religious show. It’s about human connection.

The actress portrays Ali Finer, who is determined to bridge the gap between her atheist brother and preacher father.

Emmys 2018: ‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver’ wins for outstanding variety talk series

The series won the award for the third consecutive year.

Emmys 2018: ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ wins outstanding reality competition series

The series broke the winning streak of 'The Voice' in this category.

Emmys 2018: Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg win for outstanding drama writing for ‘The Americans’

It was the first win for 'The Americans' in this category.

9 ‘Living Single’ GIFs that every single woman can still relate to in 2018

On its 25th anniversary, let Khadijah, Synclaire, Regine and Max remind you that there's some solidarity in singlehood.

Connie is the villain in ‘BlacKkKlansman.’ But Ashlie Atkinson is ready for white people to wake up.

The actress hopes white women "examine their complicity in the current administration" and the way that "white supremacist systems are being maintained."

‘Insecure’ season 3, episode 1: Meet the artists behind the songs in “Better-Like”

Saweetie, Cautious Clay and Ravyn Lenae are a few up-and-coming artists you should pay attention to.

Celebrating Juneteenth with family, food and freedom — and some of America’s best black chefs

The James Beard Foundation's first Juneteenth celebration was organized by 'Top Chef' contestants Chris Scott, Brother Luck, Adrienne Cheatham and Tanya Holland.

Netflix’s ‘She’s Gotta Have It’ reboot isn’t worthy of a Thanksgiving binge session

Spike Lee's 1986 film has been translated to the small screen as a 10-episode series, but the update still feels stuck in the past.

You can thank Natasha Rothwell for keeping the laughs coming on ‘Insecure’

The actress who portrays funny friend Kelli dishes details about the HBO series and what it's like being both a performer on-screen and a writer behind the scenes.

‘Insecure’ season 2 was messy. But that finale was hella satisfying.

Sunday's episode, "Hella Perspective," delivered on its title.

Yvonne Orji is on her way to becoming your favorite black funny woman

And if the 33-year-old 'Insecure' actress can help normalize the African experience along the way, even better.

‘Insecure’ season two is television for us, by us — and it’s even better than before

Creator Issa Rae shouldn't sweat the Emmy snub — her connection with her core audience is what really makes this series shine.

Why did two black-owned networks bring back 'The Cosby Show' amid assault accusations?

Despite the allegations against Bill Cosby, Bounce TV and TV One say viewers still want to see the Huxtables.

Paris mayor denounces black feminist festival because it is "forbidden to white people"

On Monday, Anne Hidalgo tweeted that she had reached a "clear solution" with the organizers.

From Jordan Edwards to Alton Sterling, what will it take for justice to be served?

Alton Sterling's family didn't get justice. We can only hope Jordan Edwards' family won't wait in vain.

With a gun-toting Harriet Tubman, 'Underground' is the perfect ode to revolutionary women

The second season premiere of 'Underground' capped off an epic International Women's Day.

7 black women perfectly describe what it means to be a feminist

From Audre Lorde to Zendaya, these women offer timeless quotes to live by.

People are obsessed with this black New Orleans Santa who apparently never ages

Fred Parker has been dressing up as Santa for the past 40-plus years.