How Columbus Short Bounced Back Into TV

Short stars as “Alfonso Williams” in the show, and he said it feels great to be back. “I missed being on a team. I missed being held accountable. I missed working with a crew and a cast — that everybody’s focused on one goal and that’s to make the best possible show,” said Short.

Architects of Change: Shonda Rhimes & Maria Shriver In Conversation

On Thursday, November 19 at a sold-out breakfast at Mount St. Mary’s University in Los Angeles, Maria Shriver set down with award-winning producer and writer Shonda Rhimes (creator of Gray’s Anatomy, Private Practice, and Scandal) and the author of New York Times bestselling book, “The Year of Yes,” to share her journey of change, making the decision to have a year of saying ‘yes’.

Beverly Johnson “The Face That Changed It All”

Beverly Johnson rose to fame in August of 1974 when she made history as the first African-American to grace on the cover of Vogue magazine. The multi-talented supermodel/actress/businesswoman/author has enjoyed an enduring career which has included writing several books and starring in her own reality-TV series, “Beverly’s Full House.”

“Your Untold Story – Learn Why It Matters to Nielsen At Taste of Soul”

Over the past few months, one thing has become abundantly clear about the way the United States views the Black community: our whole story is not being told.  When media outlets present viewers and readers with only prison statistics or poverty rates, those sources are promoting only a sliver of the truth. That’s why Nielsen, the global company that measures what consumers watch, listen to and buy, committed this year to pulling back the curtain.  The fifth annual report on Black consumers, titled “Increasingly Affluent, Educated, and Diverse: The Untold Story,” offers exciting and empowering insights in all areas of