"The talk" can hammer home the point that racial profiling should not be the norm.
The driving factor behind “the talk” is undoubtedly the fear that many Black parents have for their kids regardless of socioeconomic status.
Social media and current events are providing parents with an opportunity to inform their kids about their legal rights when it came to filming police encounters -- the technological branch of “the talk.”
As race relations worsen, white supremacy has flourished, which requires an updated version of “the talk” to properly prepare today’s youth for the 21st century as we know it.
Bill de Blasio's momentum from the first debate dried up quickly when all the attention on race went to Kamala Harris the next night. So his son, Dante, wrote an op-ed on the topic.
Will White allies give Trump “the talk” and would such a conversation even help dismantle his White supremacist fantasies?
Comedian and co-host Sheryl Underwood gave a passionate response to the shooting death of Terence Crutcher, after dash cam video showed the Tulsa, Oklahoma man complying with his hands up before he was shot down by police.
Sheryl Underwood, comedian, actress and co-host of CBS smash hit, “The Talk” recently sat down with “NewsOne Now’s” Roland Martin for an exclusive interview. In part two of the chat, Underwood shares her comedic aspirations and details her journey to becoming one of the hosts on “The Talk.” Underwood told Martin she was unaware that […]
Sheryl Underwood sat down with Roland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now” for an exclusive interview covering HBCUs, CBS’s “The Talk” and Republican politics. Underwood, who also hosts “The Sheryl Underwood Radio Show,“— a four hour broadcast devoted to entertainment, relationships, sports and other hot topics — is a long time Republican. She told Martin, “I think there needs […]
“The Talk” on CBS has a segment called “Talk Secrets” and this week one of the hosts, Sheryl Underwood told her the secret of turning down “The Queens Of Comedy,” a movie showcases the hottest women in female comedy on a major stage. The producers had chosen Underwood along with comediennes Sommore, Adele Givens and Laura […]
Sheryl Underwood, comedian and co-host of ‘The Talk,’ revealed to the studio audience that she was born a twin but, tragically, her sister died shortly after birth. In a shocking twist, she added that her mother wanted her to hate her father, so she told her that he had killed her sister by suffocating her […]
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