Arts & Entertainment
Articles on television, film, music, and other elements of Black popular culture from NewsOne.
Nia Long said she believes separatism in film with categories like “Black movies” holds Black entertainers back.
Till, the highly-praised film documenting the life and tragic lynching of Chicago teenager Emmett Till in Mississippi in 1955, as well as his mother Mamie Till-Mobley's fight for justice, received ZERO nominations. Now, Till's family is expressing their sadness over the Oscars overlooking this pivotal story in American history.
Celebrate The Apollo's 89th anniversary as Harlem's premiere hotspot for live entertainment by watching these classic music performances.
Brian Tyree Henry gets his flowers from one of his idols and one of the greatest actresses of our time, Angela Bassett.
The 47-year-old star was honored for his “outstanding achievements and enduring contributions” across entertainment and hip-hop culture.
Black Girl Hollywood Magic is in full effect after icons Angela Bassett and Rihanna both got nominated for Academy Awards this year.
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