Rapper Cardi B Plans To Create A New Hair Care Line For All Textures

If you remember Cardi B when she first came out, she was known for her banging body, big personality and beautiful braids. Since reaching stardom, the rapper has switched her protective style routine to wigs. Over the years we’ve seen her rock an array of styles and colors, but make no mistake, the 28-year-old is […]

adidas + KANYE WEST Announce The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Black


adidas and Kanye West announce Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Black. It will be available globally in adult, kids, and infant sizes on November 29, 2019. Recommended retail price $220 adult, $160 kids, $140 infant. Visit for more information Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Black features an upper composed of re-engineered Primeknit. The post-dyed monofilament side […]

Model Salem Mitchell Had the Best Response to Commenter Who Called Her Ghetto

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Words by Shatay Speights Visit for more information Model Salem Mitchell is fed up with people whose first way of describing black women as ghetto. The 20-year-old was featured in a Vogue post on Instagram that highlighted models who were getting in their daily dose of self-love, whether on laid across a yoga mat […]

Chadwick Boseman Roars As Host On SNL After Black Panther Sinks Titanic

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Chadwick Boseman owned the stage on his first outing as SNL Host, gaffs on what took so long. .@nbcsnl TONIGHT!! — Chadwick Boseman (@chadwickboseman) April 7, 2018 Visit for more information From the moment Boseman started his monologue (congratulating SNL for booking him 2 months after the premiere of his history making film Black […]

HBCU News: Morehouse College Reveals New President

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As we ready the SpelHouse 2017 homecoming celebration this weekend, Morehouse College has just announced that they have named David A. Thomas as its 12th president. Thomas is currently the H. Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He will assume the role of president of the college on January 1, 2018. […]

Waka Flocka During Interview: “I Am Damn Sure Not Black”

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Words by Alexandra Salandy Visit for more information Waka Flocka is currently getting bashed on social media for his recent comments during his interview on Sway in The Morning in the video above. The “Flockaveli” rapper was addressing racial topics such as the Dove commercial, when he then asked Sway what exactly was wrong […]

Harvard’s Incoming Class is Majority Non-White


In a snippet of good news, Harvard University’s incoming class of freshman is one of its most diverse in recent years. Visit for more information Not too far behind the stride’s this year’s graduating class took in creating the very first Black graduate commencement ceremony, the prestigious Ivy League has accepted a class that […]

Versace Faces A Lawsuit After A Fired Employee Says They Use A ‘Secret Code’ For Black Customers

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The luxury fashion brand Versace is now facing a lawsuit after a former employee accuses the brand of using unfair business policies according to CNN. Visit for more information Ex-employee Christopher Sampiro, says that he was fired because of his nationality after working at the outlet location in California. He claims the store in Pleasanton used a […]

Wyatt Worthington II Makes History On The Green Today

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History will be made on the golf course today [Thursday, July 28] in Springfield, N.J. For the first time in 25 years, a Black club professional will step onto the green at the PGA Championship. And when he does, Wyatt Worthington II will only be the second of his kind to do so. Visit […]

West Point Clears Black Cadets Who Posed with Raised Fists


It was Tuesday [May 10] that West Point officials announced that they will not be taking any disciplinary action against the 16 Black female cadets who posed with raised fists in uniform for a photo that sparked an intense debate on whether or not the photo violated any Defense Department regulations. Visit for more […]

Ferguson, MO Swears In First Black Police Chief

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“Let’s get to work.” Visit for more information This was the phrase uttered by Ferguson, Missouri’s first African-American police chief, Delrish Moss, promising hope and the reconstruction of a community broken by a deepening racial rift and an unmistakable lack of trust of law enforcement. It was Monday [May 9] that Moss, a longstanding veteran of […]

Top 10 Twitter Responses To The #BuzzFeedVideoQuestions


This week, BuzzFeed created quite a disturbance within the Black ‘Twittersphere’ and Black communities in general following the release of a new video titled “27 Questions Black People Have for Black People.” Visit for more information Questions ranging from a cringe-worthy “If my dab is on fleek, am I lit?” to a more inflammatory […]

Why The Black Vote Very Much Matters in New York

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Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have been fighting fiercely to appeal to the Black vote ahead of New York’s primary contests on April 19, and the results seem pretty cloudy. Visit for more information No matter who ends up on the ballot come November 2016, the Democratic party will have to both entice and […]

If Sam Bradford Were African-American, Would Eagles Have Extended Long-Term Offer?

Although there has a been a progression of the quality of play from African-American quarterbacks with the recent successes of Cam Newton, Russell Wilson, Teddy Bridgewater, Tyrod Taylor and others, there still appears to be some favoritism that favors the white quarterback in the NFL when talking a long-term deal. Visit for more information […]

Is Bernie Sanders Scared to Address Black People and Black Issues?


Friday evening [February 12, 2016], Bernie Sanders entered what seemed to be neutral territory when he decided to attend a “Community Forum on Black America” in Minneapolis. Visit for more information What could have been a full house of minority supporters with a clear view of Sanders’ agenda for Black Americans was a school gym […]

Celebrating The Lasting Achievements Of First Lady Michelle Obama

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During Black History Month (and every month of the year), we celebrate the strength and awareness of Michelle Obama, and recognize her accomplishments over the course of her time as the first Black First Lady of the United States. Visit for more information Mrs. Obama has been engaged in many humanitarian efforts, from the […]

Meet The First Black Woman To Ever Run For President

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Before Barack and Hillary, there was Shirley. Visit for more information It was in 1972 that Shirley Chisholm, the first African American Congresswoman, declared her candidacy for President of the United States, making her both the first woman and the first African-American to do so. Seeking the Democratic nomination, Chisholm was up against politicians […]

Former NFL Player Dexter Manley Makes Racist Joke About Black Quarterbacks

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Former Washington Redskins defensive end Dexter Manley was recently on air at CBS station WUSA discussing mobile quarterbacks in NFL, which includes the Carolina Panthers Cam Newton and Seattle Seahawks Russell Wilson, both of whom have had MVP worthy seasons and are currently in the playoffs. Normally, former players serve as analysts who can break down […]