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Jay Z Partnering To Make Trayvon Martin Film & Docu-Series

Jay Z is collaborating with the Weinstein Company to make a six-part TV docu-series and film about Trayvon MartinVariety reports.

They will base the productions on two books: “Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Continue to Repeat It” and “Rest in Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin.” The partners won rights to the books in a fiercely competitive bidding process, the outlet said. 196 more words

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Diddy's Premiering 'Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story' At The Tribeca Film Festival

Ready for some dope news on #BiggieDay?

In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of Bad Boy Entertainment, Diddy will premiere Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story  137 more words

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Don't wave off the paper documents just yet.

Working in Records Management, I’m watching the digitisation of corporate files turn file rooms into empty spaces. There are advantages to digital storage, namely, convenience and speed. 284 more words

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Rotten Tomatoes Gives Jordan Peele's 'Get Out' A 100% Rating

When it was first announced that Jordan Peele would direct his first-ever big-screen horror flick, many scratched their heads. Is this comedy? Satire? Another Scary Movie? 183 more words

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Who’s Watching Shows Like ‘Black-ish’& ‘Atlanta’? The Answer May Surprise You…

The numbers are in! Popular Black-led shows such as ABC’s Black-ish and HBO’s Insecure are bringing in great viewership, and not just from Black people. 257 more words

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To The NAACP Image Award Nominees…

To the Nominees…

We entered 2016 with the understanding that we were stepping into the final months of the Obama presidency; the tributes and reflections would be consistent and, by the end of the year, a source of respite and comfort. 1,052 more words

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Watch The First Trailer For Netflix’s ‘Dear White People’

The first look at Netflix’s remake of the 2014 hit film Dear White People is finally here.

The highly anticipated series based on the Justin Simien… 184 more words

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