Black Actress


In August 2017, Gabrielle Union designed a collection for New York & Company. Gabrielle wanted to create pieces that were relatively affordable and also accessible to most people and the collection featured pieces that depicted Gabrielle’s personal style.

She has taken to Instagram to announce the release date for her new collection with New York and Co. The Being Mary Jane lead character wrote,

We’re back serving looks and range baby. Get ready to shop till you drop this Friday when my latest @nyandcompanycollection hits stores✨ #alltogethernow

Photo credit: Instagram @gabunion

Beautiful Actress Viola Davis is the first black woman to receive three Academy Award nominations after her nomination for a supporting role in “Fences.”

Not new to making history, in 2015 she became the first black woman to win an Emmy for a lead actress in a drama series for her role as Annalise Keating in “How to Get Away With Murder.”

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Viola Davis got her first Oscar nom for a brief but scene-stealing appearance in the 2008 film “Doubt.”

She got her second Oscar nom in 2012 for her role as a maid in the Southern period drama “The Help.”