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Watch and Listen: Up-and-Coming Artists in Hip Hop and R&B


Thursday, April 26, 2018

By Taylor Johnson From R&B to Trap and Hip Hop, these are the new up and coming artists that you should be keeping up with in 2018. All of them are only in their early twenties and already rising to stardom. Summer is coming up and these artists' songs would make a perfect addition to your ...

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Review of Scandal and HTGAWM Crossover Event


Thursday, March 8, 2018

By Kadisha Kentish Last week on Thursday, March 1st, after a brand new episode of Grey’s Anatomy, two of the TGIT worlds collided with a Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder crossover event. Kerry Washington and Viola Davis together for a two hour show? Before the announcement of this crossover event, fans were unaware ...

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Black Panther Movie Review


Wednesday, February 21, 2018

By Aisha Powell The cast of Black Panther defied all odds while protecting the sovereign nation of Wakanda, creating one of the blackest movies of the century. Black Panther hit every note a Marvel movie fanatic would want: super heroes, intriguing plots, shocking revelations, seamless graphics and action on action. For the black community, this movie ...

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Must Watch Netflix Shows and Movies that Star Black Leads


Tuesday, January 23, 2018

By Taylor Johnson There is nothing better than spending a winter day inside with some hot cocoa, a warm blanket, and Netflix. It might seem as if there are hardly any shows and movies on Netflix that feature black people as main characters, however, there are actually a variety of dramas, comedies, and documentaries that have ...

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School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play: A Review


Tuesday, January 9, 2018

By Cathy Baydianz   Don’t go into this newest off-Broadway gem by Ghanian-American screenwriter Jocelyn Bioh expecting a rehash of Lindsay Lohan’s Mean Girls.  On the surface, it may seem like another teen drama about high school girls battling for the title of queen bee, but in actuality it’s a probe into the ideologies of Western standards ...

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Unlock Your Dreams: Blak Wall Street Vendor Experience


Thursday, November 30, 2017

By Taylor Johnson The Blak Wall Street vendor experience, which was a part of the Unlock Your Dreams Conference, was a fun and informational experience that took place earlier this month at Mist Harlem in NYC. Black owned businesses had the opportunity to showcase their products and sell everything from food to body lotions and even ...

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