Do you remember all the talk of draining the swamp and the arrival of a new day in Washington---the stench of business as usual disappearing over the horizon with the heralded appearance of the gentleman from New York? Are we turning backwards?
The Jollof Jerk Festival takes place Saturday, June 30 in New York’s Armenian Hall from 5 to 11 p.m.
Kate Spade, the co-founder of the international handbag brand, was found dead by suicide on Tuesday, June 5.
Israel Houghton and Sonny Badu headlined Memorial Gospel Fest in Miami on May 26 at Eglise Evangelical Church in Miami Gardens.
Eric Greitens, the former governor of Missouri, has just resigned his office under a cloud of ostensibly criminal behavior and moral lapses. Are modern politicians living Adam's legacy?
Have you ever wondered how so-called nobodies land interview slots on CNN, MSNBC, OWN or TBN? The quickest answer is a publicist. The smartest answer is media mentoring.
In our post-modern, post-truth society, it seems that the rules have all been changed in modern American politics. Situation ethics makes what our administration does okay.
In Evangelical America, we are still struggling to arrive at the position where we will be considered “full” brothers, not mere brothers, or “secondary subordinate, servants to our white saviors.” Read the story of two struggling missionaries of color.
The new hit TV show on the CW “Black Lightning” just concluded its first season, addressing black empowerment, systemic poisoning of a community, police misconduct and corruption.
Kendrick Lamar is the first hip hop artist to win the music Pulitzer Prize. He was awarded this 100-year honor, that most associate with achievements in journalistic excellence, for his 14-track "Damn."