Watch “This Changes Everything” With Harlem Fave Tiffany Haddish, Lyft And The ACLU

Women make up more than half of the US, but men’s stories still dominate our movie screens. Clearly, gender equality in Hollywood has a long way to go. Continue Reading →

Stars And Harlem Fave Vanessa Williams In b Michael Perform At The July 4th On PBS

The spectacular Harlem fave Vanessa Williams star of film, television and the Broadway stage sang “America the Beautiful” in a beautifully designed dress b michael at the A Capitol Fourth in Washington DC on Sunday, July 4th, 2019, on PBS. Continue Reading →

Harlem Fave Mike Epps Talks About Only One Mike At BUILD

Comedian and actor Mike Epps is appropriately inappropriate in his no-holds-barred Netflix stand-up special, “Mike Epps: Only One Mike.” Continue Reading →

The Global Community Comes Together To Celebrate 100th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s Birth And More

This past weekend, Nelson Mandela’s four official legacy organizations, were joined by the global community to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Mandela’s birth and the 25th anniversary of South Africa’s first democratic elections. Continue Reading →

Senate Measure Would Control How Social Media Companies Access User Data

Amid growing concern in Washington DC about the power of social media companies, the Senate may consider a bipartisan bill to severely limit how these companies gain access to users’ private information from Harlem to Harare. Continue Reading →

Washington DC: Leadership Change, Community Outreach And More For Sterling Motorcars

Thomas A. Moorehead, the first Black Dealer in the country of Rolls Royce, Lamborghini, and McLaren, has transitioned from President and CEO to Owner and Chairman of Sterling Motorcars. Continue Reading →

Akufo-Addo Declares 2019 As ‘Year Of Return For Diasporans’ From Harlem To Hollywood

President Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo has officially proclaimed 2019 as the year all diasporan descendants of Africans who were captured and transported into the Americas as slaves in the 17th and 18th centuries return to Ghana. Continue Reading →

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