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What Hip-Hop Teaches Us About Fatherhood

One of the things that makes hip-hop so special is the knowledge that is dropped upon us in the rhymes and lyrics, with most of the focus of the musical genre’s teachings in the hands of the listener. In “Facts Not Fiction,” rapper E-40 informed us of Black achievements in science and business. On “Brenda’s

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Celeb Dads and Their Kids: A Visual Fest of Fatherly Love

When a man becomes a father, something shifts in his manner. The way in which they think, move, decide—elevates. They no longer consider themselves alone; they align with the miracle of life they have co-created. From Jay-Z learning to swim for Blue Ivy’s safety to Ta-Nehisi Coates intellectual love letter to his teenage son in


Sunday Manifest: A Letter To Black Fathers

As I write this, my eldest daughter Lilah, a precocious, loving, curious and energetic five year old, sits beside me at our living room table playing on her tablet, while my 16 month old West, a strong-willed and even more curious toddler, sits on my lap. This would be a normal day for most parents

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Join Experience Harlem This Juneteenth Weekend for Its Signature Shop & Sip Events

Looking for a way to celebrate the anniversary of our Independence Day and the fall of the last-standing Confederate State?  Harlem has the biggest Juneteenth weekend celebration planned in New York State. The three-day party includes music, food, shopping at an explosive Experience Harlem special summer Juneteenth edition of Shop & Sip Harlem. Guests “shop”

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Feast, Fete & Flowers: Juneteeth Is a Celebration of Black Culinary Legacy

Juneteenth is a time where we celebrate and remember. We say the names of our ancestors and honor their sacrifice. We celebrate the freedom and resilience of African Americans and the resourcefulness that has kept us alive in this country.  In the last few years our Juneteenth celebrations have become more vibrant and robust, with

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Juneteenth 2021: EBONY’s Guide to Juneteenth Celebrations Happening in Black America

People across the country will celebrate Juneteenth with rallies, history remembrances, and online and live events. It has upped in popularity in connection to the civil uprisings happening thanks to the Black Lives Matter movement. But while most mainstream places are championing the history day in 1865, this country has yet to recognize Juneteenth as

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Black Thought: The Renaissance is over Wi-Fi

Amanda Seales is a comedian and creative visionary with a Masters in African American studies from Columbia University. You know her as, “Tiffany DuBois” of HBO’s “Insecure” and her HBO stand up special, “I Be Knowin,” and as a former co-host on the talk show “The ‘Real.” The creator and host of the hit live, and now

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Black Thought: @Me: A Letter To Myself About Taking Up Space

Danielle Young is the content queen. A beloved and trusted voice in the media, she will always make you laugh. You may know her from her candid and viral red carpet clips; her powerful sit-down interviews; her way-too-funny, honest pop culture commentary; or from her viral interview series, “Real Quick”; or her hit show,”The Danielle