Netflix Orders Season 2 Of ‘High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America’ [Details Inside]
Netflix has ordered a second season of High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America. The critically-acclaimed series celebrates the courage, artistry and resourcefulness of African Americans that helped define the American kitchen today.
In an effort to spotlight more of the work being done by gifted Blacks everywhere, we will spotlight one person each week throughout the month of February. This week is dedicated to Brehanna Daniels, who is the first African American woman to become a NASCAR pit crew member.
BET founder Bob Johnson met with Donald Trump on Sunday at the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey and described the sit-down as a “great chat” about “business solutions to social problems.” Now, the Democratic media mogul thinks African American’s should give the new President-elect a chance and hope common ground can be reached with […]
Donella Wilson, 107 years old, cast her first vote in the 1940s and has taken total advantage of that privilege ever since.
No one seems to be able to upstage Donald Trump on live national television during the 2016 presidential campaign. But that all changed Monday night.
During a recent interview, Donald Trump said he will "do great with the African-Americans" despite having no plan to address Black issues.
During Fusion's two-hour presidential forum this week in Iowa, a questioner asked Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton to discuss how she's benefitted from White privilege.
The result of this cross-section of crime and meteorological data equated to an "estimated 2.2 percent higher prevalence of violent crime when a neighborhood is on 'the downwind side'" of major roads and/or expressways.
A group of Holtzclaw's victims ironically sang "Happy Birthday" to the 29-year-old after a judge found him guilty on 18 of 36 counts, including rape and sodomy. The jury's decision was delivered on the former cop's birthday.
#TBT: You Need To Watch Muhammad Ali’s 1971 Response To The “Not All White People Are Racist” Rhetoric
Ali's words are still comparable to what we face today.
Amid the debate about what the Confederate flag stands for, a new poll reveals the majority of White Americans view the flag as a symbol of southern pride,…