Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor Is the Unsung Godmother of American Food Writing
'Vibration Cooking' was a landmark cookbook. But the culinary pioneer has yet to get her due.
Family, Pride, Power: Behind the Groundbreaking Movie That Influenced 'Lemonade'
In 1992, Julie Dash became the first female African-American director to score a mainstream film release with 'Daughters of the Dust.' Thanks to Beyonce, her cinematic epic is getting a new lease of life.