It looks like Ms. Jackson is very, very serious about making her presence felt once more.
This is what was supposed to be my highlight moment of last week.
“Entertainment and arts [can] influence culture & galvanize communities”
WarnerMedia, The Brookings Institution, and Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University hosted a conversation and film screening of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Just Mercy” at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, ...
Hoping you all had the merriest of Christmas’. With the first half of the holiday season behind us, now’s it time to shift focus and simultaneously reflect on 2019 and look ahead to the promise and possibilities that lie before ...
With material recrafted by the likes of Aretha Franklin, Luther Vandross, Gladys Knight, Sybil, Isaac Hayes and even Slick Rick (at a small dose) it’s no wonder her material has resonated for generations on end.
guess technically, Jarad Anthony Higgins did make it past his 21st, having celebrated his born day on Dec. 2; that would put him six days into his 21st birthday.
“If you’re looking for lyrics, if you’re looking to cry, if you’re looking to think about life, don’t listen to hip-hop. There’s great hip-hop songs where they talk about life and they spit that real, but right now, there’s not ...
I just thought that bassline was crazy, when I first heard the joint. The S.O.S. Band with “High Hopes.” Nice!!
The candidates are getting a clearer indication of where the votes are going to go regarding the selection of the adversary against the reigning president of The United States...
Let’s harken back a bit, to the month of April—the 19th to be exact.
Deifying celebrities is not an option. Being an apologist is not in the cards.
Born in the _ and raised in _! If the two towns involved in the equation are the Bronx and Harlem a uniquely flavored individual will surely manifest.
World and business leaders, non-profit organizations, and thousands (in excess of 60,000) Global Citizens united on the Great Lawn at Central Park for the 2019 Global Citizen Festival.
Cynthia Erivo strong as Harriet Tubman at the UrbanWorld Film Festival, and Ta-Nehisi Coates and Oprah Winfrey big at the Apollo
If the documented history is to be believed, the odyssey of the African American began in 1619 with the arrival of the privateer The White Lion, which brought 20 African slaves ashore in the British colony of Jamestown, Virginia 400 ...