Encouraged by her mother, Nia Mya Reese penned "How To Deal With and Care For Your Annoying Little Brother."
Stephanie Johnson is no stranger to making history—in 1997 she became the first African-American female pilot for Northwest Airlines.
Taylor Richardson believes the Oscar-nominated film reminds women, especially Black women, that they can do anything that white men can do.
Plus, Muslim activists raise more than $70,000 to repair vandalized Jewish cemetery and viral photos show Black women simply unbothered by police intimidation.
Plus, student becomes first black woman elected to be President of the Harvard Law Review and white suspect in Quebec Mosque attack charged with six counts of first-degree murder.
Eva Marcille candidly talks about her personal growth and journey with Rolling Out.