On Tuesday at Harlem Stage, American fashion designer B
Michael held his Spring/Summer 2016 Designer Collection showing during NY
Few African American books commanded the attention Black Rage received. Its author, William Grier, father of David Alan Grier, passed away recently.
In his new memoir, inspirational and motivational
speaker Vaughn L. McKoy talks about his life experience growing up in
From now until Sept. 20, AAADT will perform in major venues as well as visit schools and community centers throughout South Africa.
Throngs of people gathered in Harlem for the grand
celebration of the 41st year of HARLEM WEEK -- one of the most memorable festivals in our nation.
This week, Misty Copeland, a principal dancer at American Ballet Theater, made her Broadway debut as Ivy Smith in “On the Town.”
The National Black Theatre Festival is referred to as "Holy Ground" by
the artists; actors, directors, and producers who participate.
N.W.A. questioned law enforcement's racially biased tactics in L.A. and were probably the voice of many black Americans who felt overlooked and misunderstood.
A marketing campaign for the film “Straight Outta
Compton,” opening Aug. 14, is fueling what’s likely to be a big
weekend for Universal Pictures.
Azealia Banks is once again speaking up about racial issues and
misogyny in the music industry -- this time by calling out the VMAs.