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Octavia Spencer and Blair Underwood star as Mr. & Mrs. C.J. Walker in Netflix's latest mini-series, Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker. The four-part drama details how the Black hair care pioneer overcame obstacles to...
Danity Kane alum D. Woods has some advice for entertainment hopefuls who are auditioning for the upcoming season of Making the Band. “If you are going to do this, contestants, make sure you know who you are. Make sure you have your own...
Danity Kane alum Wanita “D. Woods” Woodgett catapulted into fame when she snagged one of five spots in Diddy’s super girl group on the hit reality TV series, Making The Band. The quintet dominated the charts in the mid-2000s,...
New York Times investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones unveiled her life’s seminal work last fall, with the ground-breaking storytelling and informative reporting of the 1619 Project. Released during the 400-year anniversary of the first time Africans were sold into slavery...
As a national co-chair for the Bernie Sanders’ campaign, former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner leans on her connection to God to infuse politics with spirituality.  Turner is “the voice” of Sanders’ 2020 presidential bid for the White House,...
The Spotify Black History Month event in New York City celebrates 32 phenomenal songs and women, including Missy Elliot, Janet Jackson, Bob Marley, Mary J. Blige, Sade, Lauren Hill, and breaking new artists such as Lil Nas X and Lizzo.
One of Detroit’s family-owned and operated funeral homes, James H. Cole is celebrating 100 years. If the Cole family were ever to teach a class on surviving 100 years; lesson number one would be to give the customers what...
Journalist and author, George Johnson's, work with the LGBTQ community was inspired by his own encounters with prejudice and discrimination as a young, gay, Black kid. At just five-years-old, Johnson’s teeth were knocked out while being jumped by elementary...
Days after the tragic death of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna Bryant, journalist Gayle King became entangled in a web of grief-driven backlash when a truncated clip of her interview with basketball star Lisa Leslie hit the airwaves....
Clay Cane explains why "this election is too important for a political pissing contest" and that some Democratic candidates need to drop out now.
The 34th Annual BEYA experience held in Washington, D.C. Valentine’s weekend (Feb. 13-18, 2020)  is a way for companies to recognize some of their best employees working in STEM (Science Technology, Engineering, and Math). The “Black Engineer of the...
In the weeks leading up to the memorial for arguably the greatest Laker ever, many wondered where it would take place? Would Kobe Bryant get his final tribute at the Staples Center? It is the place nicknamed "the house...
Nina Smith is a seasoned professional when it comes to working alongside Democratic politicians, but her personal connection to Pete Buttigieg’s story inspired her to champion his cause above any other presidential candidate this year. Smith serves as the...
Author and relationship guru Tracy McMillian learned the resilience of the human heart through her own life experiences. Before McMillian would become famous for her work as a novelist and television writer, she was the child of both a...
Alencia Johnson is the living embodiment of her ancestor’s wildest dreams.  As a sought after political communications professional, Johnson worked with the Obama campaign and Planned Parenthood before joining Elizabeth Warren’s staff as the director of public engagement. As...
Dr. Jackie Walters is determined to transform taboo discussions surrounding vaginal health into everyday conversation.
Revolt TV’s State Of The Culture stage would be an intimidating space for most people, but Eboni K Williams filled the empty host seat with both range and grit. The Charlotte native started her career in law before taking...
The fierce and sharp commentary present in all of talk show host Sunny Hostin’s on-camera work, is a product of the rough neighborhoods that raised her.  Born in the South Bronx projects to a Puerto Rican mom and Black...
As a minister, counselor, mother and friend, working with purpose is one of the foundational tenets of Reverend Wendy Hamilton’s life.  When the Ohio native went off to college to study at Howard University, she majored in human development...
Black women may not have a Shirley Chisholm this election, but all the best democratic candidates have a brilliant Black woman by their side.  We got to know them in our new series Power Players: Black Women Are Running Election...