by Nikki Woods onApril 13, 2013
Reflecting on Magic Johnson's support of his gay son, Earvin Johnson Jr., The Tom Joyner Morning Show's Nikki Woods writes at BlackAmericaWeb.com that all parents should be as loving.
December 21, 2012
From Magic Johnson to Soledad O'Brien, these notables live by the tenets of the African-American holiday.
by Hillary Crosley onOctober 12, 2012
The NBA icon says the OraQuick kit can help any of us know our HIV status.
by Genetta M. Adams onOctober 1, 2012
As BET's T.J. Holmes makes his talk-show debut, we recall other stars who brought laughs after dark.
by Hillary Crosley onMay 19, 2012
Broadbent, who is HIV positive, met Magic Johnson as a child and inspired him to activism.
by Deron Snyder onMarch 28, 2012
Loose Ball: The new owner's presence should bode well for Los Angeles' troubled baseball franchise.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onMarch 8, 2012
He tells The Root his new Comcast network is what black professionals have been waiting for.
by Anthonia Akitunde onMarch 2, 2012
Will new black networks, including two from Magic and Diddy, change how we're represented on TV?
by Jason Whitlock onDecember 9, 2011
In his Fox Sports column, Jason Whitlock says that the quarterback pushes the same limits of greatness in football that Johnson pushed in basketball.
by Joshua R. Weaver onDecember 1, 2011
For National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we look at some of our community's famous activists.
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