Celebration of Black Culture

Luxury Designer Isaac Moore comments on Gucci Blackface: Fashion or Faux

Isaac and Moore, up and coming Black American luxury designer had this to say about the Gucci Blackface controversy on newscaster’s Isiah Carey’s Isiah Factor Uncensored. “Let’s focus on a solution versus focusing on the problem. The problem is systematic.”
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How One Couple Keep The Flame Going Plus Advice One Self-Love & Critical Decisions Pertaining To Love

Kiara and Justin Craft, Houston's leading lady of Sounds and award winning producer! Catch these nuggets now! Also follow this dynamic couple for updates on their forthcoming podcast, centered around their longevity of love!

Black America’s ‘Bleaching Syndrome’

For black Americans, skin color is a complex topic. Whenever a black celebrity lightens his or her skin – whether it’s pop star Michael Jackson, retired baseball player Sammy Sosa or rapper Nicki Minaj – they’re usually greeted with widespread ...
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Childish Gambino makes Grammy history

Childish Gambino's "This Is America" won Grammys for song and record of the year on Sunday, becoming the first rap song to win the prestigious awards.
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Kristoff St. John's fiancée, co-stars and fans mourn his death

Kristoff St. John's fiancée Kseniya Mikhaleva has one question: "How did it happen?"
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DMX is heading out on tour

Fresh out of prison, DMX is hitting the road. The rapper has announced his "It's Dark and Hell Is Hot" 20th Anniversary tour will kick off March 8 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in celebration of the 1998 album.
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Jussie Smollett performs in LA and tells the crowd he wants to clarify a few things

Actor and musician Jussie Smollett performed at his first show since his reported attack last week, tearfully telling fans at the event in Southern California that he is not fully healed but he is doing OK.
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Kristoff St. John, star of 'Young & the Restless,' dead at 52

Kristoff St. John, who played played Neil Winters on the CBS daytime soap opera "The Young & the Restless," has died, according to his attorney Mark Geragos. He was 52.
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'Black Panther' is headed back to theaters and you can watch it for free

Fresh off a big win at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, "Black Panther" is headed back to theaters -- and this time, you can leave your wallet at home.
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'Black Panther' win at SAG Awards has us ready for a sequel

- It's still "Wakanda forever." The superhero mega-hit "Black Panther" won for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a motion picture at Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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Spike Lee earns first Oscar nomination for directing

More than 30 years after the release of his first feature film, legendary director Spike Lee has earned his first Oscar nomination for best director and his first nomination for best picture.
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Black-ish Star Marsai Martin Set to Become Youngest Executive Producer in Hollywood History

When the comedy Little hits theaters this spring, aside from featuring some of the industry’s biggest stars, the film will also make history. For at least a few months, 14-year-old Marsai Martin will hold the title as the youngest executive ...
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Executive Producer Dream Hampton Talks “Surviving R. Kelly”

For Dream Hampton, who served as executive producer of the much-talked about “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary, the explosive revelations in the film were just the tip of the iceberg.
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The Legendary Lauren Anderson in the Nutty Nutcracker

The Legendary, first African-American Principal dancer for the Houston Ballet, Lauren Anderson, will appear in the Texas Ballet Theater (TBT) Ben Stevenson's The Nutty Nutcracker at 8 PM December 14, 2018 at the Bass Performance Hall (525 Commerce St. Fort ...
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Texas Teen Makes History as First African American Miss Texas Teen USA

Kennedy Edwards made history over the weekend when she was crowned as the first ever African-American Miss Texas Teen USA in the pageant’s 35-year history.
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