Niki McGloster

Black women set the trends in business, so why are they being left out?
The season 4 finale examines how Black women may forever be called to fight injustice
These cast additions are sure to improve the Netflix original series
Writer Niki McGloster breaks down why she never wants to end up like BET's Mary Jane Paul.
It’s OK to detach from the Trump happenings from time to time. When the world’s just too much, you owe yourself a sliver of peace.
Like most award-nominated films, Hidden Figures was a must-see during its opening weekend. Based on true events and Margot Lee Shetterly’s book of the same name, the two-hour feature is a dazzlingly heartfelt story that uncovers the historic contributions...
Chris Brown's beef with Soulja Boy over Karrueche Tran, and the verbal assault hurled her way, isn't about Brown as much as it’s about you, black women.
It goes without saying that President Barack Obama has had an exemplary tenure in the White House...
If there was ever a time for women to protect their p*ssies, it’s now.
No matter your come-to-Jesus moments after each episode of “Insecure,” it’s an authentic reflection of most black women in a digital age.
When it came time to get in the game and put our ballots where our mouths (and tweets) were, Colin Kaepernick was dishearteningly absent.
Let’s face it, folks: The Lil Wayne we once knew is long gone.
Angela Rye has been a refreshingly bright and comedic staple during this year’s bizarre, and often times juvenile, presidential campaign.
Back in February, my stance on voting for Hillary Clinton was like eating a Popeye's biscuit without honey––it’s good enough but it's nowhere near ideal...
From her hard-working upbringing to her Ivy League degrees, Michelle Obama stands as a glaring example of a woman who can have it all while remaining true.