Bruno Mars is known for having his music touch people from all over the world, but that hasn't pulled him away from his roots.

The Voice

Although David Banner was anti-Donald Trump throughout the duration of this year's election, the producer has had a sudden change of heart.

The video, which features Black BuzzFeed employees presenting questions that seem to perpetuate sweeping generalizations and inaccurate stereotypes, starts off satirical, but ends up looking like a bunch of people confused about the role racism plays in most of the questions, putting the onus on Black people -- not systemic oppression -- to answer.


20 years ago, the historic Million Man March drew unprecedented crowds of African-American men and women to Washington, D.C. in 1995 in an effort to collectively combat the negative images of Black men in society by showing unity in the nation’s capital. The gathering was also to advocate for political awareness of social and economic […]

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Google is yet again coming under fire for a racially-charged glitch in one of their newest additions. The technology giant launched a new image recognition program that automatically labels people or objects present in photos but the technological savvy of the program is apparently not without prejudice as a one Twitter user posted a screenshot […]

Let’s face it: we’ve done a lot to improve race relations in America, but we still have a long way to go. While Black people aren’t stripped naked and paraded around only to be sold to the highest bidder anymore, we still must deal with the harsh reality of racism. No matter how hard we […]

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So, upon being insulted by a guy on Twitter, and basically being told that there was confirmation that he had sold his soul and was Godless in his song “Use Me”, Miguel fired back not just at the Tweeter, but at the entire black community! Check it out! As expected the Twitter Backlash came fast and furious! […]

Hear what President Obama had to say to Black America about issues affecting African Americans. Plus, he addresses his haters in the Black community.

During a recent interview with NBC news anchor Matt Lauer George, former president George W. Bush admits that, more than anything else, it’s a remark by Kanye West that ranks as one of the worst moments of his presidency, according to excerpts of the interview released on Tuesday night. The interview, which airs on Monday […]

Smokey Fontaine, the fearless leader of, recently found out that there were 32 Black people in Wasilla, Alaska — the hometown of Republican vice-presidential nominee, Gov. Sarah Palin.