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Eddie Green-A Well Thought-of Man

When I began writing the biography on my father, Eddie Green, I wanted to use a quote from Langston Hughes in the foreword but had to forget that idea as I could not get permission. 576 more words


Black as Hell! New Black Panther Trailer Includes Work from Gil Scott Heron and Vince Staples.

As if the first Black Panther trailer wasn’t exciting enough, Marvel released a part 2 and a poster that will blow your wig off! In this extended trailer, we get to witness more of the beautiful Wakanda landscape, action packed chases, and a glimpse of Chadwick Boseman’s Wakanda accent. 134 more words

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Amanda Seales: You're Losing

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“If you’re working a side hustle to support your dream hustle, YOU’RE WINNING.”

“If you’re broadening your mind, even just one book at a time, YOU’RE WINNING.”

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Middle Age White Guy (Eminem) Embarrasses Himself At BET Awards

If there is anything we know from pop culture, it is that there is nothing more embarrassing that a middle age white guy trying to act young and hip.  266 more words


Nina Simone Known As The High Priestess Of Soul

Nina Simone was one of the most gifted vocalists of her generation, and also one of the most eclectic. Nina was a singer, pianist, and songwriter who bent genres to her will rather than allowing herself to be confined by their boundaries; her work swung back and forth between jazz, blues, soul, classical, R&B, pop, gospel, and world music, with passion, emotional honesty, and a strong grasp of technique as the constants of her musical career. 700 more words


What Really Happened?

Seriously…what happened?

I mean, wasn’t there a time where people could disagree without it turning into a brawl? Did I imagine this time of peaceful and respectful dialogue among opposing perspectives? 1,117 more words


Black TV is Winning...and I'm here for it

Black television is winning…and I’m not talking about black actors and actresses solely having a leading roles. I’m talking about black television in its entirety: leading roles, supporting roles, writing, production, and directing. 299 more words