Why the Media is Lying on the State of Black Love

Why the Media is Lying on the State of Black Love

by Shantell E. Jamison   Jan 03, 2018

You know it. I know it, but one of the most influential, constantly accessible entities needs to be reminded. For every example of an... Read More

All of the Feels: 5 Photos That Highlight #BlackLove

All of the Feels: 5 Photos That Highlight #BlackLove

by #teamEBONY   May 09, 2017

In a day and age where positive portrayals of African-Americans are a must-have, depictions of Black love and family are a given. We know... Read More

CNN

Why CNN’s Political Theater Is A Distinctly Black Problem

by Lincoln Anthony Blades   Apr 20, 2017

Vox recently released a video that brilliantly breaks down how CNN’s use of “political theater” is making us all dumber and negatively affecting our... Read More

NABJ Co-Founder Claude Lewis Dies

NABJ Co-Founder Claude Lewis Dies

by Sylvia Snowden   Mar 17, 2017

Veteran Journalist and Co-founder of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), Claude Lewis, has died. Lewis reportedly passed away on Thursday at the... Read More

Hughes

How Cathy Hughes Took a Dream, Faith and Her Blessings to Build Success

by Crystal Shaw-King   Feb 23, 2017

Cathy Hughes remembered the days when she dreamed of hosting her own radio show. “I would stay up all night long listening to radio.... Read More

Denzel Washington is Not here for Mainstream Media’s “BS”

Denzel Washington is Not here for Mainstream Media’s “BS”

by LaToya Cross   Dec 07, 2016

Following a screening of his upcoming film FENCES, Denzel Washington had a few spot on words to say about mainstream media. Read More

When Media Ignores an Issue, Then Unearths It at the Worst Time

When Media Ignores an Issue, Then Unearths It at the Worst Time

by Letrell Crittenden   Aug 19, 2016

I am not a fan of Nate Parker. I have never seen any of his movies, and probably never will. I haven’t, because I’ve... Read More

EBONY’s New Owners Set Sights on Expansion

EBONY’s New Owners Set Sights on Expansion

by Madison J. Gray   Jun 21, 2016

For Michael Gibson and Willard Jackson everything they needed was in place. Seven decades as a vanguard for the African American community? Check. A... Read More

Can White People Comment on Lemonade? Or Nah?

Can White People Comment on Lemonade? Or Nah?

by Adrienne Samuels Gibbs   Apr 28, 2016

Lemonade releases and the world spins itself into a tizzy with all the questions. It’s been nearly a week since the release and the... Read More

Black and Missing, But Not Forgotten

Black and Missing, But Not Forgotten

by Shantell E. Jamison   Feb 25, 2016

"If we go by the media, you would think no Black people go missing." And the truth is this would still be the case... Read More