By: Alonge Hawes “One for the money, yes sir, two for the show A couple of years ago on...
Georgia College Professor Offers a Lesson on Outkast in English Lit
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The professor offers a scholarly look on African-American history and culture
Some college courses are funkier than others. Starting this month, students in one of Regina Bradley’s upper level English...
Black Music Helped Us Survive 2016
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Black Culture and Black Music were the beat to dealing with what is being called, The End of the World
This article originally appeared on Medium.com Let’s get this out of the way: the year was a grease-fire from...
TODAY Show Host, Tamron Hall Visits Dr. Oz to Discuss Sister’s Murder
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Dr. Oz sits down with Hall to discuss her sister's murder and what she's doing to help victims of domestic violence
Tuesday, Dr. Oz sits down with NBC’s TODAY Show host, Tamron Hall to discuss the event’s leading up to...
What Does Nate Parker’s Apology Mean to Women Who’ve Experienced Sexual Assault
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Parker Gave Ebony Magazine an Exclusive Interview at the Merge Summit in Los Angeles
There’s been much discussion about the support for the upcoming screening of Nate Parker’s The Birth of a Nation...
Oxford Elicits Controversy In Their Attempt To Embrace Broader Representation
Their strides to change their ‘pale, stale, and male’ image are not being received with open arms.
Oxford University is preparing to make big changes to its collection of portraits. The university is commissioning several artists...
Branding Expert Jai Stone To Host Inaugural PeriCON Global Entrepreneur Conference
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Over 40 industry experts will be in Atlanta this week empowering attendees on topics to include entrepreneurship, technology, and new media
“My life is very, very hectic,” said Jai Stone, brand strategist, entrepreneur, and creator of PeriCON Live. After working...
Kathryn Finney Launches BIG Innovation Center In Atlanta For Black And Latina Women In Tech
digitialundivided (DID) emphasizes go big or go home mantra with huge announcement at SXSW 2016.
Kathryn Finney, founder of digitalundivided (DID) announced the launch of an initiative called the BIG Innovation Center in Atlanta...
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