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Halle Berry Talks About Trying To Kill Herself

December 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

BY: NISHA THOMAS Halle Berry is one of the greatest actresses of our time and to know that with all of her success, the beautiful black Hollywood star still wanted to take her own life,...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Jody Watley is an African American singer, songwriter, record producer and trendsetting pioneer in music, along with her flawlessly done videos and fashion styles. Her music has crossed many genres from pop,...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Claressa Shields is a famous female African American boxer. She is mostly known as the person who’d won the gold in Women’s Middleweight Boxing back in 2012 during the Summer Olympics. And...

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Minnie Riperton’s Daughter Maya Rudolph Speaks

November 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

BY: NISHA THOMAS Maya Rudolph is an actress that is best known for some of her comedic work on ‘Saturday Night Live,’¬†acting in many popular films and, like her mother, showing off¬†her beautiful singing voice....

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Destiny’s Child was one of my favorite girl groups as a kid and to see these ladies on stage was always like a dream come true. However, watching this video let me...

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Dionne Warwick Opens Up In 1982 Interview

November 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

BY: NISHA THOMAS Singer Dionne Warwick is an African American singer, actress and TV-show host, who is best known for her beautiful singing voice and even prettier smile. Check out her interview below and tell...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Dorothy Counts, as we all may remember, was one of the first African American students to be admitted into Harry Harding High School during the Civil Rights movement in Charlotte, North Carolina....

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Tracee Ellis Ross is an amazing African American actress who has made her mark as one of the greatest talents of our time. She is the daughter of Diana Ross, yet has...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Solange is an amazing talent in her own right and has always expressed herself through fashion, dance, art and so much more, so it was no shocker that she was able to...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Sara Kruzan is an African American survivor of human trafficking. Back in 1995, at the tender age of 17, she’d found herself convicted of first-degree murder for killing her pimp. She was...

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