New Book Alert! ‘Rapper’s Deluxe: How Hip Hop Made the World’ 

Todd Boyd, Ph.D., and renowned artist, Chuck D (Public Enemy) discussed how hip-hop held evangelical influence over the world’s shift in culture. The declaration of Boyd’s hardcover book, “Rapper’s Deluxe: How Hip Hop Made the World” premiered globally on Wednesday, Feb. 07, at The Broad Museum. 

Whoopi Goldberg Pioneering Change with Blkfam, a Groundbreaking, Black-Focused Streaming Platform

Television history, marred by a narrow portrayal of non-white characters, witnessed a transformative journey from caricatures and racist depictions to the evolution of influential, Black-centered shows like the influential and groundbreaking “The Cosby Show,” in the 1980s, “A Different World,” “Living Single,” in the 1990s, and later “Black-ish.”

Oscar-Nominated Team Raised $15 Million For A Los Angeles Music Repair Shop

The Los Angeles Unified School District Education Foundation will launch “The Last Repair Shop Fund,” a $15 million capital campaign to invest in the future of its previously unsung Musical Instrument Repair Shop, including a student apprenticeship program that will build the next generation of instrument technicians.

‘Kings From Queens: The Run DMC Story’

Recently, Peacock released the highly anticipated three-part documentary, “Kings From Queens: The Run DMC story” which tells the journey of how Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, and Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell met on the streets of Hollis, Queens and became pioneers in the music industry as well as cultural icons.

Tamala Jones Stars in “Ordinary Angels.”

“I learned this life is never just about us,” said Jones. “It’s always about the impact we make on others, how we give to others, how we make others feel, and how we take care of ourselves.”