AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Premieres Tonight

The National Black  Programming Consortium (NBPC)'s world premiere of the one of a kind public television series AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange,...

‘SELMA for Students’: Black Business Community Offers Free Tix for Teens

UPDATE: (January 16, 2015) - An additional 12 locations have joined the growing movement lead by African-American business leaders to raise funds...

2015 Golden Globes Speeches: Gina Rodriguez’s Winning Words

The 2015 Golden Globe Awards aired last night. Winners included Common and John Legend for Best Song “Glory” for the film...

Brazil: Controversy Over TV Show ‘Sexo e as Negas’

While many in the United States are focused on the protests surrounding Vh1's latest reality show Sorority Sisters, protests are happening...

Exodus: Egypt Bans Film for Historical Inaccuracies

BBC News is reporting that Egypt has banned 'Exodus,' a Hollywood film based on the Biblical book of Exodus because of...

Rey Reel: Grammy Award Nominee Beatslayer Talks Music & the Future

Whenever Rey Reel is in the studio, there is no telling in what direction his creative juices might flow. The self-motivated...

Hip-Hop Pioneer Larry Smith Dies

Tragedy struck in hip hop when radio personality Combat Jack posted to Twitter that iconic producer and instrumentalist Larry Smith died...

Selma Tops 2014 African American Film Critics Association Awards

Los Angeles, CA (December 8, 2014) – Selma, the first Hollywood studio film with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as the...

South Africa: Soul Singer Lulu Dikana Dies

Times Live is reporting that South African soul singer Lulu Dikana has died after a short illness. The songstress, who recently...

NAAAOM Files $10B Lawsuit Against AT&T and DirectTV

The National Association of African American Owned Media (NAAAOM) has filed a $10 billion lawsuit against AT&T and DirecTV for race...

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