President Trump was served with a lawsuit yesterday October 16th, on the anniversary of the Million Man March, by an organization who represents writers and literary professionals called PEN America. The lawsuit accuses the President of using his political power to attack journalists and media outlets alike for exercising their rights of free press.
Instagram has been going bananas since a mysterious account by the name of “Rose IV You” has popped onto the scene this week, posting inconspicuous black-and-white photos of a rose and snippets of Beyonce casually dropping a few riffs then adding a teasing chuckle at the end.
It’s been a year since the controversial tweet, made by award-winning journalist and sports anchor Jemele Hill, brought heat to the sports broadcasting world when President Trump and she went toe-to-toe on the topic of the NFL Player’s boycotting the national anthem.
What goes down in the DM’s doesn’t always stay there and this time it’s for the greater good. The first ever black Disney princess, played by none other than Tony-Award winner Anika Noni Rose, beared the burden of protecting the blackness her character so beautifully depicted in the classic animation feature, The Princess and the Frog.
Don’t call it a comeback. Pharrell Williams has been breaking glass ceilings in the animation world for what seems like forever. This time Illumination and Universal Studios have summoned Williams yet again to amp up their latest film, Dr. Seuss children’s classic, The Grinch.
Over 200 survivors of felony-convicted sexual predator, Larry Nassar, will be honored for their courageous acts as they vocalized their truth during the highly sensitive USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal and helped to convict him after decades of child abuse dating back to 1992.
On Tuesday, July 3rd, Trump made yet another racially divisive move against Americans of color by rescinding twenty four Obama-Era federal guidelines, part of an ongoing review.
Born in Panama City, multi-faceted entrepreneur Kimberly Jesicka, prevailed over her multiple learning disabilities, and having been an orphan, to become a global sensation in children’s entertainment.
Hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada, ‘702’ rang in a new era of the girl-group trend with their debut of This Little Game We Play featuring a fourth member and their label mates ‘Subway’.
Maino stole an impromptu moment to jokingly express himself to Lil’ Kim this past Monday, June 11th, as he and several others came together to celebrate the Queen of Hip-Hop during a ceremony in honor of African American Music Appreciation Month.