A trailer has been unveiled for independently produced TV pilot, ‘MysEducation,’ a drama depicting the plight of teen girls navigating education, friendship and the harsh realities of South Side Chicago.
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TIME Magazine‘s 2015 “100 Most Influential People” issue is covered by ballerina Misty Copeland, rapper and fashion designer Kanye West, Mexican-American journalist and author Jorge Ramos, actor Bradley Cooper, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Engineering students Viet Tran and Seth Robertson have created a fire extinguisher that uses low-frequency sound waves to fight fire.
‘The Hip-Hop Fellow’ (2014), a documentary on Grammy Award winning hip-hop producer 9th Wonder and his journey as a fellow in Harvard University’s Hip Hop Archive, is available now for streaming and digital download.
Airing Feb. 23, the 2015 BET Honors will celebrate Kanye West, Usher, and Phylicia Rashad with a Visionary Award, Music Arts Award and Theatrical Arts Award, respectively.
There is art and beauty in everything and the medical field is no different. In fact, it’s often said that medicine is equal parts art and science.
TIME Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” 2014 list includes Beyoncé, Richard Sherman, Steve McQueen, Kerry Washington, Pharrell Williams, Matthew McConaughey, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, and Serena Williams.
‘N Sync’s Lance Bass is at Sundance promoting a documentary he executive produced titled ‘Kidnapped For Christ,’ a behind-the-scenes look at the highly controversial Escuela Caribe, an American-run Christian behavior modification program in the Dominican Republic.
The Tej Kohli Foundation is a non-profit organization that refuses to look away and strives to change the lives of people in need.
Tameka Raymond, who launched Kile’s World Foundation in honor of her late son Kile Glover this Spring, is hosting the first annual “Give Thanks 5k Run/Walk” in Atlanta.
On Saturday, Global Citizen Festival 2013 brought 75,000 people together to enjoy stellar musical performances by Stevie Wonder, Kings of Leon, Alicia Keys, and John Mayer, and to push us toward the audacious but achievable goal of eradicating poverty by 2013.
Kanye West is putting his attention where his heart is — Chicago’s at-risk youth — many of whom will have a chance to attend his new music program, Got Bars.
Tameka Raymond will host a ‘Kile’s World Foundation’ Fundraiser in Atlanta on May 30th to support the art-based children’s camp.
For two years, actress Kerry Washington is mentoring students at Washington D.C.’s Savoy Elementary as a part of Obama’s Turnaround Arts Initiative.
Filmed at TEDxWomen, 22-year-old Shabana Basij-Rasikh, who runs a school for girls in Afghanistan gives a heartfelt speech on her family’s decision to fight for the education of their daughters.
Widely known for his immortalizing digital portraits of some of pop culture’s most influential people, UK artist Richard Davies vividly captures Black astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson for Ask Men’s Top 49 Men 2012 feature.
Fresh off the New York Fashion Week runway, Jamaican model Jeneil Williams is the cover girl for Jamrock Magazine’s Spring 2012 “Armageddon” Issue.
Apparently there’s a new campaign to ban Shakira from entering Egypt and not because of her music racy videos, but because the singer and humanitarian made a recent visit to Israel.
I had my share of favorite moments not only from President Obama’s speech but from the real-time online comments by others. My Twitter timeline was on fire!