Ex-News Anchor Charlo Greene Plans to Light Up Airwaves With Weed Show

Ex-News Anchor Charlo Greene Plans to Light Up Airwaves With Weed Show

by Melissa Noel

Former TV news reporter Charlo Greene was unapologetic when she bluntly announced on-air her resignation to be a full time advocate and entrepreneur… Read More

Black Skaters Unite in ‘The Blackboard’ [WATCH]

Black Skaters Unite in ‘The Blackboard’ [WATCH]

The Blackboard documentary film was produced and directed by attorney/indie filmmaker Marquis Bradshaw. The… Read More

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‘AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange’ Airs Season Finale

by Alexandra Phanor-Faury

Is being African defined only by the tragedies that have befallen the continent? The African existence has been overwhelmingly marketed… Read More

Black Love Comes Alive in ‘Forward’ [WATCH]

Black Love Comes Alive in ‘Forward’ [WATCH]

Forward is a short film about finding love in an unexpected place, and what happens when the fantasy… Read More

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‘Scandal’ Returns! [REVIEW]

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Towards the end of season four of Scandal, I was weary and ready to throw in the white flag on the show and find something… Read More

‘Roots’ Remake Releases First Trailer! [WATCH]<br />

‘Roots’ Remake Releases First Trailer! [WATCH]

The History channel premieres Roots on Memorial Day 2016, airing over four consecutive nights at 9 p.m. beginning Monday… Read More

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Robert Townsend Stays in the Shuffle [INTERVIEW]

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Robert Townsend is not the brash young upstart he once was in the 1980s. He just recently turned 59, and no longer frequents the… Read More

LeToya Luckett Talks 'Here We Go Again' and New Music

LeToya Luckett Talks 'Here We Go Again' and New Music

by Ashley White

With multiple film and television projects under her belt including Preacher’s Kid, Lucky Girl, VH1’s Single Ladies… Read More

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by Michael Arceneaux

My memories of the O.J. Simpson trial are scant. I know it interrupted Days of Our Lives. I vaguely remember the Bronco… Read More

How Oscar Diversity Finally Hit the Tipping Point<br />

How Oscar Diversity Finally Hit the Tipping Point

by Shawn Edwards

When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) nominated all White actors in top acting categories for a second consecutive… Read More

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