Playing Nelson Mandela is a little like playing God – the public is most likely to be supportive and an aura of saintliness comes with
[quote]“I was made, by the law, a criminal, not because of what I had done, but because of what I stood for, because of what
Buy A Little, Give A Little: The Relationship Collection Launches Just in time for the Holidays! Detroit entrepreneur and Kidney Disease Advocate, Tia Shavonne launched
A Calm. An Uproar. A Sadness. An Understanding. Nelson Mandela. We Thank You. The measures of a man are seen with actions. The impact
For many decades, the Robert Taylor Homes at 51st and State streets was the site of so many hard knocks for Black kids growing up.
*Art Work: Fred Hampton by Christopher May* Today marks the 44th anniversary of the death of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. On December 4th,
You hear Bubbly Bar and exquisite eats, but what do you have when there are sparkling cocktails done four ways and a six-course mid-morning meal?
The third season of “Black Folk Don’t,” the satirical documentary web series challenging common stereotypes of African-Americans, premiered on Monday, December 2. Alternately provocative, irreverent,
If there’s anything good that comes from the colorful antics of Toronto mayor Rob Ford, it may be the global public attention that is
Michi Marshall and Margaret O’Connor hosted an event to introduce London-trained designer Stephane St. Jaymes, who has recently relocated to Chicago. The event was held
Participating in the African Diaspora International Film Festival, A Celebration of Black World Cinema Series and Dine-In Cinema Health Fest Along with a Special Meet