Monday, January 25, 2021
www.usatoday.com By Sonja Haller   Hollywood doesn't always get history right. But it has given us some exceptional movies that deal with racial prejudice and civil rights. If you're a fan of films, you can celebrate Black History Month by watching these movies that depict the lives of...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Mia Walter’s production set to open in OKC and Tulsa during Black History Month     Deep Greenwood, an Oklahoma-based production company, is pleased to announce the launch of its stage play, Deep Greenwood: The Hidden Truths of Black...
www.blackdoctor.org   Gospel singer, actress and one half of the ‘David and Tamela’ dynamic duo, Tamela Mann vowed to embark on a healthier lifestyle in 2019, and nothing—not even knee replacement surgery or a busy schedule—is stopping the star from reaching...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifDD3nLfiFA   www.yahoo.com   Both Vanity Fair and Harper’s are off to a rocky start this year after two reporters from the magazines were accused of “mocking” 7-year-old Blue Ivy Carter in a new picture. The comments came in response to a picture of Beyoncé,...
www.dailymail.co.uk BY BEN ASHFORD FOR DAILYMAIL.COM   Nick Gordon, 30, had a series of heart attacks after he was rushed into intensive care during New Year’s Eve celebrations, sources say Family was informed he had died earlier today Gordon, a prolific drug...
www.news.radio-online.com   Syndicated air personality Tom Joyner is celebrating 25 years in the entertainment industry and has announced he will retire in December. The longtime host of "The Tom Joyner Morning Show," he revolutionized radio when his daily, African-American targeted music...
www.circlecinema.org   https://youtu.be/cMLF8uFomRg   A movie based on the true life story of Bass Reeves, a legendary tough African American cowboy in the Wild West. Bass Reeves was the first black deputy U.S. marshal west of the Mississippi River. He worked mostly in Arkansas...
www.thegrio.com By Dawn Onley Earth, Wind & Fire, one of our favorite feel-good bands, made history on Sunday as the first Black group to get inducted into the Kennedy Center Honors. To accept the honor were three of the band’s original members, Philip Bailey, Ralph...
www.bet.com By Moriba Cummings     Gabrielle Union will reportedly not be returning for the next season of America's Got Talent, and it turns out the Being Mary Jane star actually did not leave on her own terms. TODAY initially confirmed the initial news of Union's departure from the hit...
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