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Recording Artist Lil Wayne: Victim of Racism (White Supremacy)

Rapper Lil Wayne told Essence magazine last week that “racism doesn’t exist” because he has not experienced it, citing the predominantly White audiences at his concerts as evidence. 328 more words

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Sherring's Goodwatch: Morris Chestnut

My calendar has been marked with the release date of When the Bough Breaks for months. After watching a version of the trailer on Facebook for the first time, September 9, 2016, could not come quickly enough. 768 more words


The 3rd Annual Essence Street Style Block Party, hosted by Dana Blair, featured appearances from Kelly Rowland, Naturi Naughton, Zendaya Coleman and a wonderful musical performance from Nigerian singer and songwriter Ayo Jay. 162 more words


Out of the Box: Look of the Week

You can tell it is September because everything* is going on right now; film festivals, NYFW, fall TV and October magazine covers continuing to outdo the so-called major issues that come the month before. 408 more words

Out Of The Box: Look Of The Week

President Barack & Michelle Obama Bring Grace & Power To The Cover Of Essence

It’s the picture-perfect ending to a historic run.

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama grace the cover Essence magazine’s October issue, and it’s the stuff Black fairy tales are made of. 356 more words


President Obama and First Lady show off regal romance in 'Essence' magazine

It is hard to believe that it has already been eight years since many African Americans braved frigid temperatures in the nation’s Capitol to personally witness the inauguration of the first black president in U.S. 292 more words