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Congrats to our founder, Cathy Hughes for the Black Music & Entertainment Walk of Fame Foundational Induction! Alongside the induction for Ms.Hughes were several successful black entertainers such as Bishop T.D. Jakes, Rev Run, & many more! Following the inductions, history was made. The city of Atlanta gave the Black Music and Entertainment Walk Of […]

The Black celebrities were in the building...and you already know they were giving life and looks.

Netflix’s Hustle debuted in Los Angeles last night. The world premiere brought out Hollywood’s biggest stars. See the gallery inside.

Black women are the original hair chameleons.

Marlo Hampton took to Instagram recently to show off her all peach ensemble that was everything!

Howard University has acquired a historic collection of photos by visionary Gordon Parks. The post Howard Acquires Historic Collection Of Gordon Parks’ Photographs appeared first on NewsOne.

Five of Malcolm X's most iconic speeches in celebration of his life, which began on May 19, 1925. The post Malcolm X, In His Own Words appeared first on NewsOne.

Looking for your next road trip destination? We have a few recommendations that will surely get you pumped about planning a future road excursion and some of these must-see locations are rich with Black history and culture.

Los Angeles, April 4, 2022 — When Emcee N.I.C.E. is not on the road reppin’ the rock and keeping it real, he’s behind the stove and grill with scrumptious meals; giving you that sweet, that savory, and definitely that hip hop! Multi-Platinum, Billboard Chart Topper and Stellar award winner Aulsondro “Novelist” Hamilton also known as […]

Rest In Power: On his birthday we remember the life of Dwayne Haskins. Take a look at these loving photos with wife Kalabrya as well as his time playing for DC...

Blessing of the Elders will pay tribute to the faith-filled legacy of the Black Church and its historical and modern-day figures whose contributions have been foundational to America’s faith, culture and history.

Around 200 members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans gathered at Georgia's Stone Mountain Park to celebrate Confederate Memorial Day and were shouted down by more than 100 counterprotesters.