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Chance The Rapper Takes To Twitter With His Desire to Attend...

Grammy-Award winning rapper, social activist and philanthropist, Chance the Rapper, took to Twitter Sunday evening as he expressed his desire to attend Clark Atlanta...

25 Years Later And Nothing Has Changed

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By Josiah Askew The National Geographic Channel’s documentary “LA 92.” The documentary directed by Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival before...

Loretta Devine: Longevity Through Love

T. Carter Williamson, BDO Contributor Many associate Loretta Devine, with her many memorable performances on both the big and small screen, including the hit movies Waiting...

Dr. Joseph E. Lowery Statement on Passing of Comedian and Activist...

Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery, co-founder with Martin Luther King Jr. of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and former president, issued the following...

Lisa Morgan Mosley Has Announced The First Volume Of ‘Expressions Of...

Seasoned business leader Lisa Morgan Mosley, Founder of 212 Degrees Coaching Services, has announced the release date for her new self-help and personal growth book titled...

Carrier Donates More Than 500 Air Conditioning and Heating Systems to...

This summer, homeowners across the United States will beat the heat with the help of Carrier ductless home comfort systems and Habitat for Humanity. Carrier has donated more...

5 Tips to keep Dark Skin Fashionably Flawless

Even toned, healthy-looking beautiful skin is always on trend but seasonal changes can affect how fabulous it looks.  Skin of color is especially sensitive...

Human Rights Watchdog Supports NAACP Resolutions Calling for Protections Against Psychotropic...

Rev. Frederick Shaw Jr., the National Director of Public Affairs for the mental health watchdog group, Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR), addressed Harlem community...