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The Music and Magic of Blackness: The Centering and Sustaining Beauty of Soul
July 1, 2021
It is good to sing and celebrate ourselves, to dance in honor of the divine spark and specialness within each of us, and to rejoice in the midst of the sacred music we together make in the many ways we love and struggle to do and share good in the world. ... read more »
#Rolandmartinunfiltered is A Black News Platform with the Largest Audience in America
December 5, 2019
Nation's only Black digital show focuses on news and an analysis of politics, sports and culture. ... read more »
Gwen Ifill Immortalized with Postal Service Forever Stamp
November 7, 2019
Among the first African Americans to hold prominent positions in both broadcast and print journalism, Ifill was a trailblazer in the profession. ... read more »
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A Conversation With ‘California Live’ Host Danielle Nottingham
October 3, 2019
The award-winning journalist has brought audiences stories from global breaking news to entertainment red carpets. ... read more »
Sharon Woodson-Bryant, Woman of Faith and Principle, Passes
March 13, 2019
Sharon Woodson-Bryant was a kind, thoughtful, spiritual woman of faith and principle. She mentored young women of color and generations of black journalists.  She lived to make a difference. ... read more »
Young Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Interviewed The King
January 17, 2019
Long before he was the leading scorer of the NBA, Showtime Lakers phenom Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was a teenager who was granted an opportunity to speak with Dr. Martin Luther King. ... read more »
The Black Press Remembers Lerone Bennett Jr.
March 1, 2018
The Black Press Remembers “Before the Mayflower” Author, Freedom Fighting Journalist Lerone Bennett Jr. ... read more »
Ta-Nehisi Coates has 2-book deal, 1 for work of fiction
May 12, 2016
The first new book is scheduled to come out next year ... read more »
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City Dismisses Case Against Freelance Journalist
November 25, 2015
With a trial date set for December 15, today representatives from Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer’s office moved to dismiss misdemeanor criminal charges against freelance journalist Jasmyne Cannick. Cannick, 38, was charged with three counts of resisting a police officer resulting from being arrested on November 26, 2014 during what the Los Angeles Police Department referred to as the Ferguson protests. ... read more »
Pioneering Black Journalist Dies at Age 88
October 21, 2015
Born in Dallas Texas in 1926, Louie Robinson defied the odds of a time when America denied the existence of Black excellence, let alone the tools with which a Black writer could emerge to chronicle such things. Robinson not only showcased some of the nation’s most famous symbols of Black achievement, he exposed their humanity in such a way that readers might see themselves in the stars. Sidney Poitier was first interviewed by Robinson in 1955, before the Bahamian born actor was well-known. ... read more »
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