Baby Phat is back! According to Madame Noire, Kimora Lee Simmons surprised the fashion world by relaunching and revamping the streetwear brand and dropped a surprise on BabyPhat earlier this month. The initial collection has 10 to 15 styles, including...
When Noel Durity created the unique comb for black hair called Twist It Up, he was convinced that his product would be a game-changer for people. So he decided to audition for the hit TV show, Shark Tank, during a live casting...
SAN BERNARDINO AMERICAN NEWS — The report, Unmade in America: Industrial Flight and the Decline of Black Communities, goes beyond current statistics that show national black youth jobless rates at 27 percent—nearly double that of white youths. The report examines the multi-generational...
When it’s time to look back at 2019, it could be considered the year of Rihanna, based on all she’s accomplished. The singer’s latest feat surrounds her last album “Anti,” because it’s made her the first Black woman to be...
She not only builds on the tennis courts, but she also builds in other countries! Tennis great Serena Williams has built schools in Jamaica and Africa, according to Black Press USA. Williams partnered with the nonprofit Helping Hands Jamaica to help build the Marsh Elementary School...
Percy “Master P” Miller continues to extend his business empire with the release of his own ramen, “Rap Noodles,” according to Complex. The offering comes under the Rap Snacks brand, which he owns a stake in. The ever-expanding businessman alerted his more than 2...
Sean “Diddy” Combs ran his city years ago, but Aliaune Damala Badara “Akon” Thiam is actually building his own! According to The Shade Room, the singer should have his own city built in 10 years. Akon, who is bringing electricity...
Birmingham, AL — Ethan Hill, a 9-year old boy from Alabama, is being applauded for his efforts of giving back to the community by helping the homeless. He recently purchased 100 sleeping bags and food for the homeless in Birmingham. For two years, Ethan has...
11-Year-Old Ballerina Charlotte Nebres Makes History as First Black Lead in NYC Ballet’s The Nutcracker
She’s just eleven years old and just made history. Charlotte Nebres is starring as Marie, the young heroine of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker, which opened Friday at New York City Ballet. She’s the first black ballerina to be cast in...
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