Celebration of Black Culture

South African Winemaker Ntsiki Biyela Debuts Aslina Wine Collection

Ntsiki Biyela, South Africa’s first black female wine creator, debuted her new wine collection, Aslina, in Houston recently. Four wines are included in the Aslina collection - Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and a Bordeaux blend.
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All Eyes On Me Shows Tupac’s Evolving Legacy

Biopics are notoriously hit or miss. For every Ray – there are a dozen others that never should have been made - a visual reminder that not every story can be accurately recreated on screen. When it comes to artists ...
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Groom Greatness: The Groom Takes Center Stage in 2017

Brides aren’t the only priority on the big day. We have to show the grooms favor too! The groom takes center as he is present in all aspects of wedding planning and cares very much about his own personal style!
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South African Winemaker Ntsiki Biyela Debuts Aslina Wine Collection

Ntsiki Biyela, South Africa’s first black female wine creator, debuted her new wine collection, Aslina, in Houston recently. Four wines are included in the Aslina collection - Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and a Bordeaux blend.
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Dave Chappelle Will Take the Stage With Chris Rock, Trevor Noah at Radio City Music Hall

Dave Chappelle is taking the stage with a little help from some of his fellow comedians and a few musicians who have appeared on his famous Comedy Central show.
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Ryan Coogler to Direct and Michael B. Jordan to Star in ‘Wrong Answer’ Written by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Director Ryan Coogler and actor Michael B. Jordan will reunite once again for an adaptation of a 2014 essay in The New Yorker titled “Wrong Answer,” written by Rachel Aviv, which explores an adult standardized test cheating scandal at Atlanta ...
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George Wright Stepping Down as President of Prairie View A&M

Dr. George Wright announced today he is stepping down as President of Prairie View A&M University and will return to teaching history full-time after an interim President is named.
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Halima Aden is 1st Hijab-Wearing Woman to Cover any Edition of Vogue

The Trump Administration is doing its best impersonation of a trash bag as it tries to keep Muslims outside its borders, but Vogue Arabia highlights the beauty and hustle of Muslim Somali-American model Halima Aden on the cover of its ...
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Macy's Celebrates Pride + Joy with the LGBTQ Community

This June, Macy’s celebrates national LGBTQ Pride Month with Pride + Joy, featuring in-store events, parades, sponsorships, and special merchandise nationwide. Pride + Joy, the company’s annual LGBTQ campaign, continues to highlight Macy’s long-standing commitment to diversity, inclusion and respect.
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Racial Slur Sprayed On LeBron's House: 'It's tough being black in America'

NBA star LeBron has spoken up about a racist incident that took place at his Los Angeles home, telling reporters that it is "tough" to be black in the US.
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Frenchy's Chicken Announces Community Partnership for Renovation and Expansion with Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church

Frenchy's Chicken announced a major community partnership with Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church today on the church's parking lot. Percy Creuzot II, son of Frenchy's Chicken owner, and Pastor Marcus D. Cosby, Senior Pastor of WABC, said that the original Frenchy's ...
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Lauryn Hill and Nas Going On Tour

Lauryn Hill and Nas are ready to rule the world. The singer and the rapper have announced a joint North American tour to kick off September 7 in Chicago.
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‘Black-ish’ Spinoff ‘College-ish’ Starring Yara Shahidi Lands at Freeform

Freeform has greenly the “Black-ish’” college-set spinoff series, starring Yara Shahidi. The spinoff is titled “College-ish” and will center around Shahidi’s character Zoey Johnson, as she heads off to college and quickly discovers that not everything goes her way once ...
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Black Foods Diet: Black Is the New Green

We all know about the great health benefits of green vegetables, but what about black veggies? Black foods have more antioxidants than light-colored foods because of their high pigment content. So in the words of Wesley Snipes, “Always bet on ...
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Yvette Miley Honored with NABJ's Lifetime Achievement Award

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) has selected Yvette Miley as the recipient of its 2017 Chuck Stone Lifetime Achievement Award.
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