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Princess Love and Ray J Norwood‘s daughter Melody Love is capturing the hearts of social media users. Princess posted an adorable video of their 1-year-old daughter showering their 2-week-old son Epik Ray Norwood with lots of love. In the clip, the newborn appeared to be asleep when baby Melody leaned over her little brother and […]

50 Cent came into the rap game taking on a slew of rappers in his 1999 song “How to Rob,” and he seemed to use the same approach when he began working in television. Because in 2014, the G-Unit rapper ripped the show “Empire” and said the marketing was too similar to the marketing behind […]

Fans of Erica Dixon can’t stop gushing over her 8-month-old twin daughters, Embrii and Eryss. The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star took to Instagram on Monday and posted an adorable image of herself with identical twin daughter Eryss, posing outside for an impromptu photo shoot. Both Dixon and her baby girl sported casual wear […]

A Black teen is suing her local school district in the southern Wisconsin city of Baraboo after she claims it ignored her complaints of racist harassment, bullying and sexual assault — all of which she says the district did nothing to stop. In a 30-page lawsuit filed in federal court in the state capital of […]

Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burruss are apparently quite the fashionistas. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” stars were spotted wearing a Mac Duggal golden metallic sleeveless evening gown retailing for $398. Both ladies put their own twists to their fashion looks, but fans ultimately decided who wore it best. Bailey was the first “RHOA” star to […]

Despite one of the worst rainstorms in memory, the beautiful Queen Memorial Church of God in Christ was nearly full on Saturday, Dec. 7, for the Artivists event, an afternoon of inspiring art and performances and loving fellowship. Artworks by incarcerated artists were beautifully displayed, although few in attendance could afford to buy them. Many […]

by Rev. Harry Williams The plight of the unhoused in the San Francisco Bay Area has reached catastrophic proportions in recent years. Homeless shelters are filled to capacity. Children sleep in the back seats of abandoned cars. Babies run barefoot through tent cities. At the same time, median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in San […]

by Ann Garrison About 500 people gathered in the Pauley Ballroom on the University of California-Berkeley’s campus for the second annual meeting of the California Progressive Alliance (CPA) on Jan. 12. Bernie for President signs were everywhere, though the organization is neither Democrat, Green nor any other political party. Its objective is to elect candidates […]

“Heaven and Earth,” the title piece in the window of the Joyce Gordon Gallery in downtown Oakland, features a Black woman’s face. Her eyes are closed, her countenance serene, lights shine in her hair. Her bare shoulders glimmer beneath what appears to be a watery surface. Is a Black woman the link between heaven and […]

Martin Luther King Jr. – Photo: Martin Mill by DJ Sister Yasmin, Voting Rights for All! “A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual doom.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) As we celebrate the powerful life of Dr. Martin […]


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