"Black people are within their rights to resist oppression." - Dr. Betty Shabazz
Harlem’s Schomburg Center has opened Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis’ archives to the public.
Malikah Saban Shabazz, 51, and Bettih Bahiyah Shabazz, 19, were apprehended on Wednesday for animal cruelty charges and theft.
Betty Shabazz (pictured), the widow of famed civil rights icon Malcolm X, died on this day in 1997 at the age of 61. Her death was the result of a blaze in her New York home three weeks prior that was started by her grandson. RELATED: Happy Birthday To The Late Dr. Betty Shabazz! Mrs. Shabazz […]
Soul songstress Mary J. Blige’s career is picking up quite a bit of steam these days as she flips the switch from singing to acting. Blige has been struck by drama fever, landing the role of Dr. Betty Shabazz in the upcoming TV film “Parallel Lives.” The film is set to portray the lives of […]
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