Kai Frazier is a former teacher turned tech entrepreneur who is on a mission to change the way history...
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AFRO And CLEO TV To Join Comcast’s Xfinity TV In January 2019 Arts & Entertainment, Business Sense, Featured
The two African American majority owned independent networks join REVOLT and ASPiRE on Comcast's growing roster of diverse programming
After an announcement from Comcast Corporations today, we can expect to see AFRO and CLEO TV on our Xfinity...
THE BLACK WOMEN WHO MADE HISTORY THIS ELECTION SEASON Empowerment, Featured, Political Power
#BlackGirlMagic reigned supreme at the polls this Midterm Election and there's no stopping here.
Black girl magic was in full effect on Tuesday’s election night. In addition to over 100 women being elected to...
10 Year-Old Celai West Dominates Life’s Runway, Acting, and Using Her Platform For Positive Influence Featured, Style, Youth on the RYSE
The ten-year-old businesswoman, CEO, fashion and runway model is living her dream while staying focused on the bigger picture.
While growing up most children aspire to become doctors, lawyers, police officers, maybe even firefighters. On rare occasion do...
THESE TWO BLACK WOMEN JUST OPENED MINNESOTA’S FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM Arts & Entertainment, Featured, Power Players
Tina Burnside and Coventry Cowens co-founded the museum which is the first of its kind in Minnesota.
The Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery has officially opened its doors in north Minneapolis. Its exhibits feature...
AAFCA: 15 Years of Progress Arts & Entertainment, Featured
As the organization marks a milestone, its mission of fostering opportunities for black artists and critics continues
The African American Film Critics Assn. is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. It all began in 2003 when...
Andrew Gillum wins Florida governor primary in upset victory for the left Empowerment, Featured, Political Power
The Tallahassee mayor will be the Democratic nominee in one of 2018’s most important governor’s races.
Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum prevailed in the hotly contested Democratic primary election for Florida governor, giving the left another marquee win in...
French Open’s New Dress Code Guidelines Rule Out Serena Williams Special Designed Cat Suit Featured, Sports & Recreation
Designed by Nike and Louis Vuitton Men's Artistic Director Virgil Abloh, the cat suit will be violating the FTT's restrictive guidelines by 2019
Haters gone hate. We aren’t calling Bernard Giudicelli, French Tennis Federation (FTT) President, a hater, but haters gone hate....
Janet, Lena, Latifah and More: Black Girls Rock! Returns to the Red Carpet Arts & Entertainment, Featured
Black Girl Magic reigns supreme at this years Black Girls Rock! ceremony to air in September
The ceremony won’t be televised until Sept. 9, but on Sunday night at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center...
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