Harlem To Hunan, The Founder And CEO Samuel Waxman Receives China’s Highest Honor

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF), an international nonprofit organization that funds cutting-edge cancer research, today announced that its founder and CEO, Samuel Waxman, M.D. received China’s highest honor Continue Reading →

China Merchants Bank Faces Suit Over Racial Discrimination In Harlem

Bloomberg reports that China Merchants Bank Co. was accused of discriminating against African-Americans in a lawsuit filed on behalf of a former executive who claims she was fired for blowing Continue Reading →

Harlem Fave Tichina Arnold And Other Stars In Star Jones Daytime Divas For VH1

VH1 today announced the cast starring Harlem fave Tichina Arnold and showrunners for the network’s latest scripted series “Daytime Divas,” formerly known as “Satan’s Sisters.”

Atlanta: BWFN To Honor Tichina Arnold, Teyonah Parris At “Untold Stories” Luncheon

Black Women Film Network (BWFN), celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year, has announced Tichina Arnold and Teyonah Parris as honorees at the 2017 “Untold Stories” Awards Luncheon taking place Friday, March 3, 2017 at Continue Reading →

Sean “Diddy” Combs And Others Receive 2016 Triumph Award Hosted By Tichina Arnold (Photographs)

Last night, Harlem’s Reverend Al Sharpton and the National Action Network along with TV One presented the 2016 Triumph Awards at the Tabernacle Concert Hall in Atlanta.

The Stars Come Out For Tichina Arnold In Harlem

On Saturday, November 28th, 2015, Harlem World Magazines Arts and culture writer Dontre Conerly got the star treatment behind-the-scene with New York City actress and singer Tichna Arnold Performance At Gin Fizz in Continue Reading →


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