Radio One is celebrating black history by saluting Future History Makers, people giving back to our community today to shape our tomorrow. This week we salute….Lady Doniella Ligon, founder of Women in Need Ministries. In 2019 the organization donated hundreds of self-care products and undergarments to women in various shelters across the city of Cleveland. […]
The 89th Annual Academy Awards was probably the most talked about event of the year so far (besides Remy Ma vs. Nicki Minaj). The American people gathered around their televisions, phones and computers to escape some of the intense drama happening in our nation. People watched the Oscars this year, following last year’s #OscarsSoWhite controversy, […]
From documentaries to coming-of-age stories, here are the most anticipated movies coming out of the Sundance Film Festival.
Black Hollywood united to launch a Public Service Announcement urging people of color to go out and vote on November 8th.
In honor of the brave athlete's 29th birthday, we honor his confidence, strength and Blackness with photos of Colin Kaepernick looking like Black excellence.
How many tears will they shed when Whites become minorities in real life? Some White folks have found another reason to be upset about the representation of Blacks on the big and small screen. And they are shedding a lot of White tears because the characters are not subjugated and the cast is comprised of […]
TMZ ran into Ronda Rousey recently and uncovered a fact you probably didn't know about the UFC fighter - her great-grandfather was Black.
The latest viral sensation on Twitter is video of a white girl being punched clean in the face by a black girl named Aleeyah after she called her the n-word. Watch below: Aleeyah explained on Twitter, “We pulled up at her house after she said she was gonna blow my head off. …We were seeing […]
The Metro Transit Police Department has released a report highlighting the racial disparities among public transit riders in Minneapolis-St. Paul, namely that Black adults are more likely to receive fines than their White counterparts. The data collected by the Metro Transit Police Department focused on the amount of fines given to those who could not pay public transit fares in the […]
KENT– A national playwright is speaking out after a Kent State University adaptation of her production featured a white actor portraying Martin Luther King, Jr. The school’s pan-african studies department began a two-week run of “The Mountaintop,” a play written by Katori Hall imagining the fictional events that may have taken place the evening before […]
A Texas mom called out textbook publisher McGraw-Hill Education for calling African slaves “workers” in a section on immigration in one of their geography textbooks. Roni Dean-Burren noticed the peculiar word choice because her 15-year-old son was reading the textbook for his ninth-grade Geography class,Buzzfeed reports. The passage, included in World Geography by McGraw-Hill Education, […]