Author Tanisha C. Ford has inked a deal for the TV version of her book ‘Dressed in Dreams’ with Gabrielle Union and Frieda Pinto signing on as producers.
Fans were upset with Louis Vuitton’s art director Virgil Abloh’s work on Pop Smoke’s posthumous album cover which he is now accused of stealing.
In the upcoming short film Brown Paper Pageant, filmmaker Maame-Yaa Aforo tackles the politics and white supremacy baked in HBCU campus pageants.
Rachel Lindsay, the first-ever Black lead of The Bachelorette, says that she will be cutting ties with the franchise if they do not assess their diversity issues.
Rudy Hypolite’s film was acquired by Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios for digital distribution through Freestyle Digital Media.
Grammy-nominated Gospel artist, Kierra Sheard, has a lot to be happy about nowadays. This year she starred in Lifetime’s number […]
Beyoncé’s BeyGOOD foundation has announced a $6 million donation for COVID-19 relief plans to benefit essential workers during the pandemic
In an exclusive interview with theGrio, B. Simone shares lessons on manifesting her dreams and her book “Babygirl: Manifest The Life You Want.”
Samuel Adetunji and Joshua Green are the Black entrepreneurs behind the platform Veriheal, supplying medical marijuana cards and education to patients.
Bard Prison Initiative officer and prison reform advocate, Dyjuan Tatro, talks about getting his education behind bars and its value for the incarcerated.
Kierra “Kiki” Sheard made her mark in gospel music as a Grammy-nominated singer. Now she’s a blossoming actress in Lifetime’s ‘The Clark Sisters’ biopic.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey is letting her money talk with a $10 million donation to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Things got heated on “The View” when Goldberg pressed Bernie Sanders to answer the question, “Why are you still in the race?” during a live interview.
Aida Rodriguez and Gary G. Thang Johnson will perform on Instagram Live for on AMC’s digital streaming channel Urban Movie Channel (UMC).