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CeCe Winans Lead The 37th Annual Stellar Awards With 8 Nominations

Source: Rick Diamond / Getty Want news at your fingertips? Text “ERICA” to 52140 to join our club. (Terms and conditions) The Stellar Awards ceremony is the longest-running African American awards program on TV and this year will take place in Atlanta, Georgia on July… Continue Reading “CeCe Winans Lead The 37th Annual Stellar Awards With 8 Nominations”

Urban One Honors “The Soundtrack of Black America Spotlights Some Of The Greatest in Entertainment

Source: TV One / TV One LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & TWITTER. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE. The 2022 Urban One Honors, presented by T-Mobille was nothing short of amazing. This year’s event, “The Soundtrack of Black America” aimed to put the spotlight on artists both… Continue Reading “Urban One Honors “The Soundtrack of Black America Spotlights Some Of The Greatest in Entertainment”

Urban One Honors “The Soundtrack of Black America” Live Tonight On TV One & Cleo TV!

ICON RECIPIENTS JENNIFER HUDSON, TIMBALAND,  JIMMY JAM AND TERRY LEWIS, GAMBLE AND HUFF & TASHA COBBS LEONARD TO BE RECOGNIZED AT THE 2022 URBAN ONE HONORS PRESENTED BY T-MOBILE. H.E.R., MARLON WAYANS, TYRESE, KELLY PRICE, TANK, JERMAINE DUPRI, VASHAWN MITCHELL AND MORE APPEAR ALONGSIDE HOST NE-YO… Continue Reading “Urban One Honors “The Soundtrack of Black America” Live Tonight On TV One & Cleo TV!”

Whole Foods Doubles Down On Banning Employees From Wearing BLM Masks At Work

Source: Newsday LLC / Getty The Amazon-owned supermarket chain Whole Foods is doubling down on its policy banning workers from wearing masks emblazoned with the phrase, “Black Lives Matter.” According to a report by Bloomberg, the company has accused the federal government of violating… Continue Reading “Whole Foods Doubles Down On Banning Employees From Wearing BLM Masks At Work”

Sidney Poitier, Iconic Actor & First Black Man to Win Oscar, Dead At 94

Source: VALERY HACHE / Getty Sidney Poitier, the legendary actor, pioneer, trailblazer, and activist who broke many racial and color barriers in the entertainment industry, starring some of Hollywood’s most iconic movies ever, has passed away at 94. Sidney Poitier was the first black… Continue Reading “Sidney Poitier, Iconic Actor & First Black Man to Win Oscar, Dead At 94”

Cincinnati Mom Launches Nonprofit To Make Black Literature Accessible For Young Readers

Representation matters and a Cincinnati social entrepreneur has set out on a mission to ensure that Black children see themselves reflected within the books they read. Arin Gentry, founder of the As Told By Foundation, is using her nonprofit as an avenue to empower… Continue Reading “Cincinnati Mom Launches Nonprofit To Make Black Literature Accessible For Young Readers”

Rest In Black Power: 21 Of The Most Devastating Deaths Of 2021

The devastating losses of Black life have kept coming in 2021, even as the year draws to a close. That fact was especially true after it was announced that anti-apartheid activist and South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu died Sunday at the age of 90.… Continue Reading “Rest In Black Power: 21 Of The Most Devastating Deaths Of 2021”

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Prize-Winner and Humanitarian, Dead At 90

Source: Daniel Deme / WENN / WENN Just one day after Christmas, tough news coming from the other side of the globe. Archbishop Desmond Tutu has died at the age of 90. In his lifetime, the Nobel Peace Prize-winner worked tirelessly for human rights… Continue Reading “Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Prize-Winner and Humanitarian, Dead At 90”

Congressional Moment Of Silence Held For The 800,000 American Lives Lost To COVID-19 [Photos]

As of Monday, the United States has lost 800,000 Americans from COVID-19 after almost two years in this global pandemic. On Tuesday, congressional leaders held a moment of silence on the U.S. Capitol steps to honor the at least 800,156 confirmed deaths. This total… Continue Reading “Congressional Moment Of Silence Held For The 800,000 American Lives Lost To COVID-19 [Photos]”

Kentucky Black Man Jim Finch Praised For Feeding Residents After Tornado Wrecked State

Source: Victor Ordoñez / @TheOrdonezTimes We would like to extend our thoughts and positive energy to the families affected by the storms that passed through the midwest and southern states. In hard-hit Kentucky, one man, Jim Finch, is being hailed for stepping up in… Continue Reading “Kentucky Black Man Jim Finch Praised For Feeding Residents After Tornado Wrecked State”