Women of Color Lead South Florida’s Film Future

The lack of film incentives in Florida sparked an exodus of film and television industry professionals to friendlier locales like Georgia...

St. Louis: 20 Black Women’s Babies Stolen in Adoption Ring?

NBC News is reporting that twenty black women are at the center of what appears to be a baby stealing adoption...

Black Women & Yoga: Famous Memoirs Reveal Commonality

Women's History Month is a great opportunity to celebrate women we know, but also to learn more about women we think...

Exclusive: Nzingha Stewart Talks Latest Film ‘With This Ring’

Nzingha Stewart is on the brink of becoming a household name. The music video director turned filmmaker and producer For Colored...

Shaneka Nicole Thompson’s Life Matters Too

This past weekend, I wrote a post on Facebook that was shared numerous times regarding the murders of NYPD police officers...

Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair Delivers

Ebony Magazine is undeniably one of African American culture’s most influential and immediately recognizable brands. For seven decades, the brainchild of...

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...

Mary J. Blige on The London Sessions: ‘I’ve Come a Very Long Way’

After 22 years in the music business, Mary J. Blige felt it was time to reinvent her musical identity. The “Queen...

Gina Prince-Bythewood: Filmmaker Wants to Change the Game

Black filmmakers have struck gold at box offices nationwide in recent years with films like Jumping The Broom, Ride Along, the...

Miss Honduras María José Alvarado and Sister Found Dead

Freddy Cuevas and Alberto Arce of the Associated Press are reporting that Miss Honduras Maria Jose Alvarado and her sister Sofía...

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