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Jay Ellis Almost Passed On The Pilot That Led Him To 'Insecure'

There’s a undercover brotherhood among Black men in Hollywood. Denzel Washington recently passed the proverbial baton to Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan, but long before that, he made headlines for… 242 more words


One Of Russell Simmons' Rape Lawsuits Was Just Dismissed But What Exactly Does It Mean?

Jennifer Jarosik, the female documentarian who sued Russell Simmons for rape, has dropped the charges according to the Hollywood Reporter.

On Wednesday, both parties “filed a joint stipulation of dismissal with prejudice,” leaving behind the $5 million lawsuit Jarosik, 37, sought when she filed in January. 153 more words


New Guidelines for Placement of Candidates into SHSs out

The Computerised Schools Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) has introduced new policy guidelines for the placement of candidates of this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) into senior high schools (SHSs) and technical institutes (TIs). 608 more words


The African American Women In Cinema Organization Announces Their 2018 Webisode Winner

The African American Women In Cinema Organization (AAWIC) holds an annual webisode competition to find Hollywood’s next Black, female voice and uplift their work. Based in NYC, the AAWIC hosts a well-known female film festival, spotlighting women filmmakers from all over the country. 354 more words


Golf Club Tries To Whitesplain Calling Police On Black Women Who Posed No Threat

PWe A Pennsylvania golf club owner, like a Starbucks manager who called the police on two Black men in Philadelphia, gave some fake, messed-up and offensive explanation for why cops were called on five Black women golfers on Saturday. 335 more words

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Twitter Celebrates As Meek Mill Is Finally Released From Prison

Meek Mill is finally going home!

According to the rapper’s lawyer, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has directed Judge Brinkley to immediately issue an order releasing Mill, whose legal name is Robert Rihmeek Williams. 579 more words