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As a red carpet correspondent, I can definitely relate to why many people are praising Halle Berry’s decision to speak to a pair of black journalists at the red carpet premiere of John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum. Emerald Marie, a journalist with Where’s The Buzz TV, was one of two black journalists covering the red […]

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Have you seen this year’s all black uniforms yet? Man, they are fire! Check them out in the promo video below:

According to The New York Times, the remains of dozens of people found at a construction site in Texas this year are most likely those of African-Americans who were forced to work on a plantation there around the turn of the 20th century, officials said this week. That finding, announced Monday, opens a window onto […]

So I finally went to go see Tyler Perry’s Film Acrimony starring Award-Winning Actress Taraji P.Henson. I won’t spend this time discussing the poor production of the film but share my views on the overall film. We all have been hurt at some point in our life even if it was in the 5th grade.But […]

As we know February is Black History Month, this month is supposed to acknowledge African Americans that have helped contribute to society. Apparently, a New York social studies middle school teacher Patricia Cummings had a didn’t agenda in mind when she instructed her black students only to lay face down on the floor.  It has been stated that […]

Days after a student received an award stating she was most likely to be a terrorist, a 7th grade student at the same school was given an offensive award too. According to FOX 26 News, Sydney Caesar, a student at Anthony Aguirre Junior High School in Texas, received an award that stated she was “Most […]

A Florida teen was in for a shock when her school asked her to change her natural hair style. For Nicole Orr, 16, her hair is a point of pride. It’s almost her trademark at the Montverde Academy junior. “People say they love my hair because it’s so diverse, curly and Afro-centric,” she told Fox […]

It’s not a secret that African-Americans living at or below the poverty line —especially Black boys— have the worst drop out rates in the nation. But a new study suggests that one way to lower those statistics is to hire more Black teachers. According to Quartz, researchers from Johns Hopkins are working on a paper […]

GRIFF says a prayer of thankfulness for black moms after seeing a child on a leash.

https://twitter.com/RobIsRandomAF_6/status/836092576088358912?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw We all know the president likes to tweet. But his Twitter fingers were surprisingly silent Sunday night as Black, Muslim and queer citizens disproved his warped view of American greatness at the Academy Awards. A Steve Harvey-esque mix-up brought the cast and crews of Best Picture competitors, La La Land and Moonlight onto the […]