Milt Campbell: First Black Olympian to Win Gold in Decathlon Dies

The Associated Press is reporting that Milt Campbell, who became the first African-American to win the Olympic decathlon in 1956 and went...

President Obama to Visit Senegal and South Africa

1 is reporting that U.S. President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Senegal and South Africa next month. First Lady Michelle...

The Green Book: The Safety Guide Makes a Comeback?

The motion picture Green Book took home several top awards at the 76th Golden Globe Awards. In the acting categories, megastar...

‘Banshee’: Multicultural Cast Shares Thoughts on Race in America

Banshee doesn’t sound like much on the surface. It’s an hour-long Friday night series that chronicles an ex-con Lucas Hood (Antony...

Antonio ‘L.A.’ Reid: ASCAP Honors Visionary Leader

Veteran musician-turned-record label executive Antonio "L.A." Reid strives to bring out excellence in anything and everyone with whom he comes in...

Joe Sample: Legendary Musician Passes Away

Legendary pianist and composer Joe Sample passed away on Fri., Sept. 12 from complications due to lung cancer. The exceptional keyboardist with...

2019 Oscar Nominations: Black Film Magic at the Movies

The 2019 Oscar nominations are in and it appears black film magic is happening with the number of nominations African-Americans received....

Ugochi Nwaogwugwu: ‘Don’t Mind Them’

To say that this has been a crazy week is pretty much an understatement. With the U.S. Supreme Court gutting section...

EXCLUSIVE: A Cappella Legends Take 6 Want People to ‘Respect Music More’

Take 6 is single-handedly one of American music’s most famous and celebrated vocal ensembles. The extremely talented, 10-time Grammy award-winning sextet’s...

Ne-Yo’s Giving Tour: R&B Whiz Gives Children Education and More

The Compound Foundation (TCF), co-founded by singer/songwriter Ne-Yo, recently completed a four-city, four-day Giving Tour. The nonprofit organization’s tour stops gave...

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