Seitu’s World: Families, Harlemites And The Nation At The March On Washington 2020

Today, photographer Seitu Oronde was with supporters, residents, electeds, the National Action Network (NAN) team, Reverend Al Sharpton, and many others marking the 57th anniversary of the historic March on Washington for racial justice. Continue Reading →

TV One Launches New Digital Campaign For The 2020 Virtual March On Washington

TV One joins the National Action Network (NAN) and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) as media partners confirmed to stream the 2020 Virtual March on Washington. Continue Reading →

At Harlem Press Conference Bob Marley’s Granddaughter Demands Better Police Protocol

Billboard reports that should have been an uneventful stay for Donisha Prendergast, the eldest grandchild of Bob and Rita Marley, in the suburban community of Rialto, California, instead became an unexpected news story that has unfolded under increasingly familiar circumstances. Continue Reading →

“Evidence Of Innocence” Hosted By Attorney Benjamin Crump Premieres On TV One

TV One’s Evidence of Innocence spotlights the unbelievable true stories of four people who endured this life-altering nightmare-innocent of crimes for which they were arrested and ultimately imprisoned. Continue Reading →

Connect Someone In High School Or College With The Shawn Carter Foundation Scholarship

JAY-Z‘s Shawn Carter Foundation is accepting applications from students in high school and college, including trade school, now through April 30, 2018. Continue Reading →

Rev. Sharpton To Focus On Trump During National Action Network’s Convention (Update)

NY Daily News reports that the National Action Network holds its annual convention this week — with an emphasis on action. Continue Reading →

Doc Film Celebrates Life And Work Of Community Muralist, Artist, Activist, Edy Boone (Video)

Beginning on Tuesday nights at 8PM, the award-winning documentary series America ReFramed will debut it’s fifth season on WORLD Channel with a selection of diverse films that highlight innovative and artistic approaches to storytelling from emerging and veteran filmmakers alike. Continue Reading →


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