Of all the memorable moments at the Oscars Sunday night, Mahershala Ali's win for best supporting actor marked an especially poignant triumph.
The news that award-winning singer-songwriter Cynthia Erivo will perform at the Governors Ball immediately after the Oscars Sunday, Feb. 26, was announced at the annual Oscars Governors Ball food preview, which provided a preview of the food, beverages and décor ...
In her book, “Hidden Figures,” author Margot Lee Shetterly pays homage to the African-American women who worked as human computers in the space program.
April Reign is not just advocating for Black Hollywood.
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“If I didn’t define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people’s fantasies for me and eaten alive.”—Audre Lorde
ABC is finally delivering on its long-held promise to bring a diverse lead to its Bachelor franchise.
In 1967, racial tensions in cities all over the country erupted in violent collisions that laid bare social, economic and political strife.
The New York Amsterdam News has been invited to cover the 89th Oscars, marking our fourth consecutive year.
For film producer and lead actor David Oyelowo, his six-year passion to bring the powerful true story of African King Seretse Khama to the U.S. has finally materialized with “A United Kingdom.”
“Chapter & Verse” is the first film by veteran Hollywood producer Cheryl Hill—co-owner of the new production company, Harlem Film Company—directed by Jamal Joseph, written by Daniel Beaty and Jamal Joseph, and starring Daniel Beaty, Omari Hardwick, Loretta Devine and ...
Harlem turned up and let loose at the red carpet premiere of “Chapter and Verse” at Mist Harlem.
Before Professor Annalise Keating, there was Professor Sara.
For two days last week, we had the opportunity to connect with “A United Kingdom” director and screenwriter Amma Asante (“Belle”) and actor and producer David Oyelowo.
"Madiba" provides a handsome centerpiece to BET's Black History Month lineup, solidly chronicling Nelson Mandela's struggles against Apartheid over three nights, with Laurence Fishburne playing the South African leader.