We're curious how Jesus and building bridges correlates with Michele's alleged $250k payout.
The internet and Spike Lee are giving Chrisette Michele major side-eye after she confirmed her appearance at Trump's inauguration.
https://www.facebook.com/hellobeautifulofficial/videos/10154678492508846/ The National Action Network and TV One presented the annual Triumph Awards on TV One last night and encouraged Americans to vote through powerful spoken word performances like Nick Cannon‘s impassioned rap, speeches by the Mothers Of The Movement and more. Keep scrolling for highlights from the show: Pam & Cole Reunite Tichina Arnold […]
If you are a die-hard fan of Spike Lee Joints (and really, who isn’t) then this round of news is about to make your whole day. It was exactly 30 years ago that Spike Lee made his directorial, feature film debut with the beautiful, black-and-white love story She’s Gotta Have It. The film centered on […]
The 74-year-old was considered one of boxing's greatest athletes —not just for his impeccable record— but for his activism, strength, and resilience.
The West Coast rapper – best known for his debut album Doggystyle and for smoking weed in public – urged viewers not to support projects in which Black people are mistreated, courtesy of a profanity-laced Instagram video.
After news spread that Prince passed away, many celebrities paid homage to the legendary singer through special tributes. On Broadway, Jennifer Hudson and the cast of The Color Purple paid their respects through song by performing a rendition of Prince’s hit “Purple Rain.”
Recent rallies and events in The Big Apple show that not all of the Vermont Senator's supporters are white men.
Jasmyne Cannick joined Roland Martin Wednesday on NewsOne Now to discuss her blog post calling for liberal Hollywood to boycott the Academy Awards and said, "I think at the end of the day, it's an easy out to call on Blacks to boycott the Oscars -- if every single one of us tuned out and didn't watch the Oscars, it really wouldn't hurt their bottom line."
Roland Martin talks with some of the hottest directors, actors, and musicians who continue to leave their mark on pop culture.