Throughout the night #BlackGirlMagic was the common theme including supporting others in the struggle of inequality and inclusion.
In addition to the success of his record label, Bad Boy Records, Sean “Diddy” Combs has found success as a brand ambassador and partner for Ciroc vodka, and executive of his own network Revolt TV.
The Young Actors Guild’s ‘Sunday Morning’ is a must see.
'Get Out' opens in movie theaters today, Feb. 24.
Festival set for May 5-7.
Dying father brings son to visit his hometown — and ours.
When Poitier took home the award for his work in Lilies of the Field, he was also making history as the first black man to receive the award, and it was definitely well-deserved.
Black-ish. Luke Cage. Atlanta. Insecure. The Get Down. Power. Empire. In the past few years, the authenticity (and sheer volume) of black life showcased on television has been astounding.
The show, which just started its new season last week, is a cooking competition for children aged 8-13 and will have various guest appearances throughout the season as it looks to replace Chef Graham Elliot.
The rapper and comedian, fresh off his two Golden Globes and NAACP Award for the breakout hit, Atlanta, was recently announced as the voice of Simba in Disney’s live-action version of the ’90s classic, The Lion King.
A rejuvenated Ebony magazine is considering reviving its Jet sibling as a newsstand product for millennials.
With main man Vasti Jackson and producer Scott Billington.
Nick Cannon has announced his departure as host on America’s Got Talent after executives reportedly tried to reprimand him over a racial joke he made on his Showtime comedy special.
Felon's mug shot officially launches his modeling career.
Rachel Lindsay becomes first-ever nonwhite star of hit ABC dating show.