Gotta Love Black Girl Magic!

If there has never been a time to celebrate being black, it would definitely seem fitting now. From black actors not being recognized at all at the Oscars for the

The City Of Cleveland Files A Claim Against The Family Of Tamir Rice!

The city of Cleveland has filed a $500 claim against the family of Tamir Rice, the toy-gun-wielding 12-year-old who was shot and killed by a cop in 2014, over an

Cam Newton Speaks Out About His Reaction To Losing The Super Bowl

So just in case you missed it, the Super Bowl was this past Sunday and the Denver Broncos won. In the midst of all the excitement, of course not everyone

We Celebrate The NAACP On Today!

On February 12, 1909,  The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was founded by a group of concerned black and white citizens in New York City. The

Happy 50th Anniversary to The Black Panthers!

As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, we must acknowledge the 50th Anniversary of The Black Panthers. The Black Panther Party for Self-defense was founded in 1966 in Oakland

ICYMI The SAG Awards were nothing but DIVERSE!

As Oscars fail to nominate a single person of color, African-Americans dominated the SAG awards.  In a year the Oscars failed to nominate a single person of color in the

Beyonce Stars in Coldplay’s “Hymn for the Weekend” Video

Before you see Beyonce perform with Coldplay–aka Coldbey–at Sunday’s Super Bowl, catch her now in the band’s just-released video for “Hymn for the Weekend,” the second single off their new album A

Maryland Decriminalizes Pot Paraphernalia and Smoking In Public

On last Thursday, the Maryland General Assembly decriminalized marijuana paraphernalia and smoking in public which caused and override to Governor Larry Hogan’s veto of the bill from last spring. The