The underrated Artist Gap Boy release some long awaited music with more to come.Read More
So many uncalled for cases have happened in which led a black individual to be a victim of a lynching. The thing is that with so many dying and missing, do we as people in 2018 even think or know who those people are?Read More
When everything in life is going good , you can’t help to be happy. Rapper 21 savage is showing of his unique vocal skills as he is happy as can be. As always we should shoot to be that happy always.
Most people know about the horrible death of the 14-year old boy Emmit Till. White supremacist was the cause of this act by tieing his body up at the end of a pickup truck while driving multiple miles. Then decided to dump his body in a local river. HIs mother made sure that his funeral was an open casket to show what those people have done to him. Many have had plays and documentaries about his life but no biopic until now.Read More
Grambling State guard Shakyla Hill put on a complete show in the win over Alabama State. She recorded a huge quadruple-double, making her only the fourth player in NCAA Division 1 women basketball to do so. This magnificent performance was the first in almost 25 years. That Black girl magic is nothing to play with.Read More
The great and legendary Nina Simone will one of the many to be inducted into the 2018 class of Rock and Roll Hall of fame. The singer, songwriter and pianist delivered dozens of music over the course of her career.Read More
Worlds AIDS day was presented on this on this day in 1988. The day is to raise awareness international to men and women with the spread of HIV infection and and those who have died from the disease. As of the year 2017 the disease has killed about 41.5 million people worldwide and about 36.7 million people are living with HIV and AIDS. So keep the awareness alive not only on this day but throughout the years to come as well.More information is provided at https://www.worldaidsday.orgRead More
A women by the name of Dr. Georgiana Simpson was paid tribute to on Tuesday November 28th 2107. Dr. Simpson was the University of Chicago first African-American female Ph.D. graduate and the second black women to be awarded a Ph.D. in the United States. She was honored with a statue.Read More