It’s been 30 years, but the ghostbusters are back!
Monday night's "Hip Hop Honors" was a chance to honor both the first ladies of hip-hop and bring attention to racial unrest in this country.
After a series of politically charged incidents involving law enforcement and young African-American men, Frontline's "Policing the Police" provides a bracing and illuminating look at the issue.
The 2016 "BET Awards," is set to take place at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 26 in Los Angeles. This year’s show features a tribute to late superstar Prince.
“The Fits” is a film not so much about the performance of dance, but about dance and movement as the language of the film itself.
Oprah Winfrey is giving "Greenleaf" her seal of approval, in a way that few billionaire show business moguls can.
On Wednesday the annual American Black Film Festival kicked off in Miami. Now Hollywood looks very different, but it still grapples with some of the same issues of diversity as it did when the festival launched 20 years ago.
African-Americans attend theater and purchase tickets on Broadway for a myriad of shows.
The 2001 drama "Ali" isn't your only chance to relive the rope-a-dope. Here are five notable appearances Ali himself made on screen that will give you a glimpse of the late boxing great in action.
In “X-Men: Apocalypse,” an ancient cyber-mutant, Apocalypse, awakens, doesn’t like what he sees and decides to take over the world and destroy the human race, so the more peaceful X-Men decide to stop him and defeat his team.
Three friends banded together to travel throughout America and investigate whether ghosts exist. Friday, April 15, Destination America premiered the six-part series, “Ghost Brothers.”
Lee Gates (George Clooney) hosts a TV show in which he’s part showman and part financial advisor. He livens up the program with visual and sound effects, such as hens clucking, as he tells viewers “not to be chicken” when ...
“Dear White People,” a comedy series based on writer/director/producer Justin Simien’s critically acclaimed, Sundance award-winning satirical indie film is coming to Netflix.
History® will premiere “Roots” on Memorial Day 2016, airing over four consecutive nights at 9 p.m. beginning Monday, May 30.
Despite the purposeful lack of accurate African history in world school curriculums and the laughable content of most books on history, the cradle of all civilization is in Africa.