This year, Black Girls Rock! celebrated 10 years. Honorees include superstar Rihanna, legendary soul singer, Gladys Knight, television mogul, Shonda Rhimes, actress Amandla Stenberg, actress and playwright Danai Gurira and Black Lives Matter founders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi.
Check-out our exclusive footage from the Black Girls Rock! red carpet.
In honor of National Margarita Day, TheRoot.com caught up with Gabrielle Union to discuss some of her favorite "Margarita Moments." See what she also had to say about Donald Trump, Stacey Dash and #BlackLivesMatter!
Ryan Lochte Apologizes for Lying About Robbery in Rio
Ryan Lochte may have gotten out of Rio de Janeiro just in time on Wednesday and avoided a thorough police investigation into the report he filed on Sunday after he claimed he was robbed at gunpoint during a night out, but the three teammates who were with him at the time of the alleged robbery weren't so lucky. (Complex News)
Inside the National Museum of African American History and Culture
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture will open its doors to the public Sept. 24. "CBS This Morning" co-hosts Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell joined the museum's founding director, Lonnie Bunch, for a tour of what makes the 19th and newest Smithsonian museum such a special place. (CBS This Morning)
9-Year-Old Calls For End to Police Violence | PoliticsNation | MSNBC
The deadly police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott has sparked protests, and kept the national spotlight on issues of racial justice. 9-year-old Zianna Oliphant's emotional plea at the Charlotte city council went viral. Zianna and her mother, Precious, join Rev. Al Sharpton. (MSNBC)
A Quarter Of GOP Officials Won't Back Donald Trump | MSNBC
Chairman of the American Conservative Union, Matt Schlapp, talks to MSNBC's Thomas Roberts about Donald Trump's recent attacks on John McCain and responds to the number of Republicans who are dropping their support for him. (MSNBC)
Kid President Introduces the White House Student Film Festival
For the past few months, K-12 students have been putting the finishing touches on short films about this year's theme: The Impact of Giving Back. We received more than 1,500 submissions from around the world and, on Friday, March 20 we premiered 15 Official Selections at the 2015 White House Film Festival.