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It’s been recently announced that Nipsey Hussle will be honored at the 62nd Grammy Awards, and some of the people he worked with will participate. Hussle was shot and killed on March 31, 2019, at the age of 33 in South Los Angeles in front of his Marathon Clothing store. Nipsey Hussle (L) will be […]

The widow of congressman Elijah Cummings (D-Md) said she believes the ruthless attacks by President Donald Trump and his supporters against her family definitely took a toll on the late lawmaker’s health. Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, who’s running for her husband’s former congressional seat, appeared on “The View” to discuss her efforts to build on Rep. […]

Santa Rita routinely releases people in the middle of the night to walk two miles down a dark road to the nearest BART station and hours-long waits for the train. So now IWOC greets everyone getting out with hot pizza, phone calls, rides, warm clothes, rain gear, celebration, a listening ear and a lot of […]

Evelyn Lozada is back at it again with the styling and profiling in photos for the ‘gram. The New York native loves to rock a comfy and cute outfit, so it’s no surprise that she elected to let her curly locs down and adorn her curves with a Fashion Nova two-piece snake print jumpsuit with […]

Marshawn Lynch, Ryan Coogler and J. Cole sat down for a panel discussion at “MLK Now 2020” in Harlem’s Riverside Church on Monday. The event, now in its fifth year, honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the three men talked about their respective careers, the issues affecting the Black community and a host of […]

“When gentle, law-abiding Grace confesses to killing her new husband, her skeptical young lawyer sets out to uncover the truth.” That’s the way Netflix describes the new Tyler Perry movie “A Fall from Grace,” which premiered on the streaming site Jan. 17. Related: A Few Facts About Tyler Perry’s New Film Studio That May Get […]

MOVE 9 member Delbert Orr Africa walked out of a Pennsylvania state correctional facility a free man Saturday after spending more than four decades in prison. Africa, 73, held his arms stretched wide, much like he did 42 years ago after surrendering to Philadelphia police. But this time, he held out his arms as a […]

Addendum: Eye-witness account by the Ratcliffs of the big D.C. rally Stevie Wonder promotes the first official celebration of Martin Luther King Day, on Jan. 20, 1986, a national holiday that he, more than anyone else, is responsible for creating. by Marcus Baram On the evening of April 4, 1968, teen music sensation Stevie Wonder […]

A Miami police captain previously accused of racist behavior and brutality against the city’s Black citizens took to the podium at a recent Miami City Commission meeting to declare that he is, in fact, a Black man. Capt. Javier Ortiz left folks visibly confused with his bizarre spiel in which he referenced the “one-drop rule” […]

Rasheeda Frost is clearly making her mark in the fashion industry. The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” actress flossed her posh style on the ‘Gram over the weekend and served as fashion inspiration to many of her fans. She took to her page and uploaded a photo of herself modeling new garments from her Pressed […]

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