The fire hoses and police dogs. The Montgomery bus boycott. The march
on Washington. You've probably seen scattered footage of these images,
but no project ever connected pictures to context with the tenacity of
"Eyes on the Prize."
A U.S. delegation that includes members of the Black press, elected
officials, performing artists and representatives of such organizations
as the NAACP and the Rainbow PUSH Coalition will be in Senegal from
April 2 to April 4 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of that country’s
independence from France and the dedication of the 150-foot-high
African Renaissance Monument.
Activist shareholder Carl Icahn raised the stakes in his yearlong
dispute with Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. on Friday, launching an
all-out bid to take over the movie studio following disagreements over
Even in death, Michael Jackson is breaking new records.
King of Pop's estate has signed the biggest recording deal in history:
a $200 million guaranteed contract with Sony Music Entertainment for 10
projects over seven years, according to a person familiar with the deal.