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Lula Washington Dance Theatre and Pony Box give captivating performance
April 7, 2016
The two dance companies gave stunning performances of the effect of external forces in relationships, challenges society face and the demands of individualism ... read more »
This Week in Black History (March 31-April 6)
March 30, 2016
This week's facts of Black History. ... read more / view gallery »
This Week in Black History (March 24-30)
March 23, 2016
This Week's Facts of Black History ... read more / view gallery »
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Celebrities and Athletes Bowl in CP3 Invitational
March 23, 2016
Denver Bronco's C.J. Anderson, Rapper Too $hort, and Boyz II Mens' Shawn Stockman were some of the celebrities in attendance in the 2016 CP3 Bowling Invitational. Host: Amen Oyiboke ... read more / watch video »
Miles Brock talks about hip-hop and homophobia
March 17, 2016
L.A. native Miles Brock rose to fame when he appeared on VH1’s “Love and Hip Hollywood” as an up and coming rapper with a secret—he was bisexual. “I don’t know if I was really ready for the things that came with me opening up my life to the world,” said Brock. “I knew opinions would roll in and cause a little controversy, but it is what it is.” ... read more »
This Week in Black History (March 17)
March 16, 2016
This week facts of Black History. ... read more / view gallery »
Melissa Harris-Perry discusses split with MSNBC on ‘The View’
March 16, 2016
Former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry is far from quiet when talking about her recent departure from the cable network. Harris Perry’s departure was made public after an email from her to her “Nerdland” staff was released. In the email she wrote, “The purpose of this decision seems to be to provide cover MSNBC, not to provide voice for MHP Show. I will not be used as a tool for their purposes. I am not a token, mammy, or little brown bobble head.” ... read more »
Concert Review: There isn’t anything minor about artist Major
March 12, 2016
Call it a night reminiscent of old school meets new school. On Friday, March 11 at The Hotel Café singer Major hosted his annual birthday celebration showcasing songs from his up-and-coming EP. ... read more »
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This Week in Black History (March 10-16)
March 10, 2016
This week's Black history facts. ... read more / view gallery »
USC’s Black Alumni Association celebrates their 40th Anniversary Scholarship Benefit
March 10, 2016
The University of Southern California Black Alumni Association (USC BAA) will celebrate six prominent USC alumni during their 40th Anniversary and Scholarship Benefit on March 10 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Marina Del Rey. ... read more »
Author Tensie Taylor talks about her book “BULLIED, from Terror to Triumph”
March 9, 2016
How do you snap back from a childhood full of bullying, suicidal thoughts and sexual assault? “You overcome these things by finding your self worth and realizing your purpose,” said Tensie Taylor. She is the author of the new book “BULLIED, from Terror to Triumph,” which chronicles the difficulties and depression she dealt with over her young years of being bullied. ... read more »
Steve Bradford runs for State Senate
March 3, 2016
“Lets make our environment a majority priority” As Steve Bradford (D), a Gardena, California, native, runs for State Senate of the 35th District, one of his main goals is to break down more barriers for people of color. ... read more »
Hillary Clinton leads with the Black Vote in Super Tuesday elections
March 3, 2016
The race to becoming the next President of the United States is becoming more and more narrow as candidates drop like flies in the poll percentages, according to some of polls from Super Tuesday. As of press time, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump swept the South on Super Tuesday becoming the front-runners in states--Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Virginia. ... read more »
This Week in Black History (March 3)
March 2, 2016
Weekly facts about our Black History. ... read more / view gallery »
Black Women in Entertainment Making History
February 25, 2016
Ava Duvernay is a Golden Globe nominated director from Compton, California, who is knocking down barriers in the film industry. In 2012, Duvernay became the first African American woman to win a directing award at the Sundance Film Festival for her second feature film, “Middle of Nowhere.” She also was the first African American female director nominated for a Golden Globe for her movie “Selma.” ... read more / view gallery »
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