In honor of National Voter Registration Day, BLK launches their partnership with "When We All Vote." Read more details inside.
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) launched their month-long initiative titled “HBCU Bound,” in celebration of high school graduates heading to HBCUs in conjunction with former First Lady Michelle Obama’s ongoing “College Signing Day” campaign. Read more details about the celebrities supporting this cause inside.
Viola Davis has a response to the naysayers about her performance as Michelle Obama in Showtime's The First Lady. Read more inside.
News recently broke that the youngest Obama daughter Sasha Obama has found love. Find out which popular actor's son she's dating inside.
Showtime’s newest drama series The First Lady debuted on Sunday. Viola Davis’ depiction of former first lady Michelle Obama has resulted in nonstop jokes on social media. See the funniest fan reactions inside.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama will guest star on the upcoming eighth and final season of black-ish, premiering early 2022 on ABC.
Parks and Recreation premiered April 9, 2009 to NBC. We compiled a list of our favorite moments from the show in celebration of the twelve year reunion. Get ready to laugh and reminisce on some of the greatest moments from the show in this thread.
Little Fires Everywhere breakout star Lexi Underwood will portray Malia Obama in Showtime's The First Lady anthology series opposite Viola Davis as Michelle Obama and O-T Fagbenle as Barack Obama.
Michelle Obama was interviewed by Zaya Wade Thursday, March 4th 2021. The 13-year-old asked the former First Lady, who she called her "idol," for advice for teenagers who want to be themselves and thrive. Obama heaped praises on the teenager for living her truth.
This has been an historic ceremony to welcome President Joe Biden and the first woman Vice President Kamala Harris. If we were to celebrate the inauguration of our favorite fictitious presidents from television and film, it would look something like this. Here's a list of famous fictitious presidents from our most loved shows and movies in no particular order.
It's always good to hear Michelle Obama speak to remind ourselves that people with real brains and hearts still exist, regardless of what we've been subjected to over the past 4 years.