Arts & Entertainment
Dolly Parton is eager for Beyonce to bless fans with a powerhouse rendition of her 1974 classic "Jolene."
Written and directed by Anatola Araba, "Afro-Algorithms" is a visually stunning exploration into alternatives to addressing algorithmic bias.
He's been causing quite a stir on the internet for some time now with his controversial takes on Black American politics, dating, and systemic racism among other topics.
"Emmett Till," the opera, was written by Clare Coss, a white woman who based it off her play that stars a fictional white woman who has nothing to do with the true story. What could possibly go wrong?
In honor of National Reading Month, here are five books you and your kids and teens should be reading this month, and these books just so happen to be written by Black authors too!
Dr. Seuss Enterprises is releasing a new series of books that will include never before seen Dr. Seuss characters accompanied by stories written and illustrated by a diverse group of talented authors and artists with different racial backgrounds.
Hosted by Grammy-nominated Juan Winans, the celebration will feature performances by Tamela Mann, Madelyn Howze, JJ Hairston and The Morehouse Glee Club.
In the new PBS documentary “American Reckoning,” which airs Feb 15, directors Brad Lichtenstein and Yoruba Richen dive into the unsolved murder of Wharlest Jackson, a Natchez, Mississippi native who was killed by a car bomb.
Jackson is also the first American woman in nearly 30 years to take home gold in the event.
We asked a single man, a newly married couple, and a woman married for 40 years to talk about how the pandemic affected their relationships.