Known for her breakout role in the television series "Cheers," and the "Look Who's Talking" movie franchise, the 71-year-old actress passed away following a battle with cancer.
With Worlds AIDS Day still on our minds, we reflect back on 7 Black pioneers throughout history in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
As we commemorate World AIDS Day today, stay informed with 10 important facts we think our people should know when it comes to the virus.
LeBron James defends former teammate Kyrie Irving and calls out the media's response to Jerry Jones photo at a Desegregation rally in 1957
Let's binge Black! Check out six TV shows representing for our culture that you need to be watching this winter TV season.
“This is a moment of transition,” Jeffries told a small group of reporters in the Capitol on Tuesday night. “We stand on the shoulders of giants, but are also looking forward to being able to do what’s necessary at this moment to advance the issues.”
Urban One announces the return of the annual URBAN ONE HONORS taping in Atlanta, GA on Friday, December 2, 2022. The two-hour telecast premieres Monday, January 16, 2023, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, on TV One and Cleo TV, a division of Urban One, and will be hosted by R&B singer and actor, Tank.
Irene Cara, the award-winning singer known for her roles in the films “Sparkle” and “Fame” along with the song “Flashdance… What A Feeling” passed away in her home in Florida. Cara’s passing was confirmed by her publicist Judith A. Moose in a Twitter post. Moose wrote “This is the absolute worst part of being […]
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