A Starkville, Mississippi man, known for his open display of love for his late wife, has turned converted their home into a virtual museum of love.
Black Love Day was founded in 1993 by Ayo Handy Kendi, director of the African American Holiday Association. According to Kendi, it is the third nationally observed black holiday – one of atonement, reconciliation and celebration. Black Love Day is observed as a 24-hour demonstration of black love, demonstrated through five specific acts: love towards the Creator, […]
Remember Stephanie Smith, the Page Six reporter who decided to share her relationship with the world via her blog, 300 Sandwiches? After Eric Schultz (Stephanie’s…
If anyone thought that the New York Association of Black Journalists (NYABJ) would defend the caliber of Beyonce Knowles’ award-winning Essence story, “Eat, Play, Love,” they would be sadly mistaken. In a (second) slap in the face to journalists everywhere, President Michael J. Feeney basically told The Root’s Journal-isms that Beyonce’s piece was all they […]
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