Akin to the format of urban playwright Tyler Perry, 15-year-old Aaron Johnson's play Bittersweet speaks to sundry issues relative to family and its dysfunctions.
After watching the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, columnist V. Knowles ponders race relations from the perspective they spoke of it -- violence, law and order.
Hoping to inspire and actuate women in a community where 37 percent of its homes are run by a single parent, The Faith Center church in Sunrise, Florida brought together female minister heavyweights Richelle Williams, Cora Jakes and Cindy Trimm in a Women’s Empowerment Seminar on Saturday, September 10.
George Zimmerman. Elliot Spitzer. Bernie Madoff. Hillary Clinton. They broke one of these four commandments and their lives have never been the same. Read how following these 4 commandment can keep your life together or breaking them can destroy it.
It's a legit question. However, watch this informative video to determine if it's the most expedient question to ask on a date.
After her collapse following a memorial commemorating the victims of the 9/11 attacks in New York, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was forced to cancel a fundraising trip to California in order to rest – as prescribed by her physician- raising concerns about her physical well-being.
Ignite NYC, an anti-church-as-usual experience for the hip, young, urbanite who wants to meet God, find love and evolve into their best self, hosts its upcoming event on at 6 p.m. on October 16 at Smash Studios at 307 W. 36th Street. 18th Floor in New York City.
People who have been discriminated against never forget how you made them feel. The successful ones take it in stride and move on. Yet, the hurtful experience still stings and they can recall in vivid detail the unpleasant incidents. Here's how racial privilege affects the underprivileged.
"Thanks Mom" is a campaign of public service ads aired during the 2016 Olympics, showing famed, accomplished athletes voicing appreciation for the sacrifices made by their mothers. Throughout the Olympic broadcast was heard over and again that simple powerful refrain from Aly Raisman, Ashton Eaton, Simone Biles, Michael Phelps and others.
Lady Saw, known to reggae fans as the bad girl of dancehall and once eschewed by anyone with tender ears and a low tolerance for lasciviousness, has released her first gospel album.