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This past week, the actress Mo’Nique fired shots at Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry.  You’ve heard remarks on this topic in the media, but most outlets don’t provide a black woman’s perspective.  In this episode...

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Director of “Moonlight, Barry Jenkins is now planning to write and direct a one-hour drama series on the story of the Underground Railroad, which is currently in the works at Amazon, according to Variety publications....

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Rapper Jay-Z, real name Shawn Carter, is a well-known professional rapper, song writer and newly announced business man, as well as an investor. He first began his career in 1994 after selling drugs on the...

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We have all been down this road before when it comes to folks claiming that they are allegedly the long-lost child of a major celebrity, however, the internet is now talking about the latest alleged...

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Steve Harvey, the host of The Steve Harvey Show, has showcased many children on his show, however, none of them captured our hearts like little Te’Lario. Check out this adorable little boy, his desire to...

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Star and leading actor of The Young and the Restless, Mr. Eric Braeden, is not one to forgive and forget as easily as most. After grabbing attention for his alleged set feud with former TV son...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Marian Anderson was an African American contralto, as well as one of the most celebrated singers of the twentieth century. Alan Blyth, a music critic, once labeled her by saying: “Her voice was...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Revolutionary poet Gil Scott-Heron was an African American soul and jazz poet, musician and author, who was best known primarily for his work as a famous spoken-word artist back in the 1970’s...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS There is a new Netflix film coming that seems to have all of black Twitter talking and sharing relatable stories. Burning Sands is a black film that openly explores the secret world of...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Tap dancing would be described as a theatrical art form that we are most familiar with in American Jazz dance. Originating from African dancers in the earlier years of America, people would articulate...

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