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Michael Jordan and Shaquille O'Neal provided comedic relief during Kobe Bryant's memorial.
The creative receives some backlash from Twitter.
Reactions stir around race and rape culture.
A public memorial was held for Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna at the Staples Center following their passing in…
Katherine Johnson, the pioneering NASA mathematician and HBCU graduate who was depicted in the hit movie, "Hidden Figures," has died…
Here's how to watch a live stream of Kobe Bryant's public memorial at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
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Salt-N-Pepa launched a makeup line in collaboration with Milani Cosmetics.
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Playwright and actress Danai Gurira has inked a production deal with ABC Studios.
Dr. Gerald Horne, who holds the Moores Professorship of History and African American Studies at the University of Houston, suggests…
Snoop Dogg's apology tour for calling Gayle King out of her name has taken his talents to Jada Pinkett Smith's…
B. Smith, restaurateur, lifestyle maven and esteemed businesswoman, has passed away at age 70.
Folks apparently feel extremely comfortable attacking Black women, especially within the Democratic party, but why?
MSNBC reporter Jason Johnson is being criticized on social media for his disparaging comments about Black women who support Sen.…
Malik Williams, a 23-year-old paraplegic Black man, was shot and killed by Federal Way, Washington police officers.
Steven Spielberg's adopted Black daughter, Mikaela Spielberg, has revealed her aspirations to work in the porn industry.
White folks in Nebraska went to the state's capitol carrying military weapons to demonstrate their right to bear arms.
A family from North Carolina is using their car dealership business as a safe space for individuals battling homelessness.
A museum celebrating the legacies of Black musicians will open in Nashville this summer.
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