Culture Creators Celebrates Industry Leaders At 2nd Annual Awards Brunch

When it comes to the onward movement of the culture, it takes the effort of many. To celebrate those who have contributed significantly thus...

Kendrick Helped Popularize It, But We Need To Talk About The...

May 2007. The 80th Scripps National Spelling Bee is underway. A contestant, a young white boy with an atrocious bowl-cut, is asked how to...

Intersections of Black and Japanese American History: From Bronzeville to Black...

During World War II, Black and Japanese American fates crossed in ways that neither group could have anticipated. While Japanese Americans were being forced...

Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis: Secret of Divine Love, Art and...

Photo courtesy of Film Screenshot The arts should serve the people. Art and struggle brought them together. Love and dedication kept them united. For decades, Ossie Davis...

Out of the Shadow of Aunt Jemima: The Real Black Chefs...

When you picture Aunt Jemima, what do you see? For a white person, it might be a soothing fantasy of a loving black servant putting...

A New Doc Delves Into the Lives of Black America’s First...

Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee were legendary actors and activists. “Life’s Essentials With Ruby Dee,” a new documentary about their remarkable partnership by their grandson Muta’Ali Muhammad, will premiere on Centric this Sunday....

Imba Means Sing

Imba Means Sing follows three children from the slums of Uganda on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tour the world with the GRAMMY-nominated African Children’s...