It’s 1948 in Harlem, where a large crowd hears an address by then Harry S. Truman as he campaigns in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
Some people are not happy with Diddy being a Howard University dropout and getting to make the Commencement speech, but others say it was an awesome speech and he inspired them with his words. Continue Reading →
“I’m the definition of Half Man, Half Drugs!!! Bad Boy for Life” - P. Diddy Continue Reading →
The Sista’s The Musical is a musical Journey of a Multi-Generational African American Family, Told Through a Playlist of Songs Made Famous by Artists Past and Present. Continue Reading →
STOP demonizing black LGBT people in Black Church Pulpits! The sad fact is more than half of the congregants in black churches aren’t married ANYWAY–and the kids in Sunday School live in single parent households. Continue Reading →
Harlem Writers Guild member Eartha Watts-Hicks writes that something strange occurring in my neighborhood. Continue Reading →
Rock The Vote Presents the “Hey, America Feels Kinda Cool Again” Inaugural Gala Fresh off their combined efforts on the Get Out and Vote ’08 voter awareness tour, Beastie Boys and Sheryl Crow will play full sets at a very special all ages Inaugural Gala presented by Rock The Vote. Citizen Cope and Justin Jones will round out the bill.