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Does ‘Bound: Africans vs. African-Americans’ Have a Point?

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“Africans owe African-Americans an apology for slavery” is one of the incendiary remarks and fiery cultural topics director… Read More

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In the Lifetime original movie With This Ring, Regina Hall, Jill Scott and Eve star as three single friends who vow to get… Read More

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Sundance Gets Jiggy With ‘Fresh Dressed’

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From Spike Lee (Da Sweet Blood of Jesus) to Don Cheadle (the forthcoming Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead), more… Read More

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The controversial FOX family drama Empire came out swinging for its premiere last week (insert Cookie broomstick beatdown… Read More

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More than a century ago, Black activist and scholar W.E.B. DuBois championed the development of a "Talented Tenth": the… Read More

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All year, diversified races and ages have been chanting “Black lives matter” from coast to coast. Thousands of angry… Read More

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Last night’s Love & Hip Hop was one for the books. Let’s start with the most tame storyline of the nigh:… Read More

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At one point during BET’s upcoming miniseries, The Book of Negroes, Cuba Gooding Jr., who plays Sam Fraunces, a freed… Read More

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Jamie Foxx Talks Colorblind ‘Annie’ in the Ferguson Age

by Raqiyah Mays

Sony Pictures. Lately the company name brings up juicy trending chatter about scandalous hacked emails by North Korea, thanks to… Read More

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