ABOUT Melanie Eversley
September 20, 2010
Distinct, diverse voices and opinions were heard at the meeting. But one thing was clear: Latinos, African Americans and other people of color need to work together for immigration reform to happen.
For many participants, it was a chance to recapture the flavor of the event that changed the nation.
Under a blistering sun, people from all over the U.S. demonstrated in support of education, jobs and the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As for the Tea Partiers? Well, they actually clapped.
Taking an emotional trip with civil rights icons and their loved ones, 45 years after the marches that spurred equal voting rights.
With everyone pinching pennies to survive the recession, the little extras that make life more colorful—literature, art, music, dance—are falling by the wayside. Will black art businesses fade in the troubled economy?
Not Easily Broken stars Taraji P. Henson and Morris Chestnut, an outwardly successful couple struggling with major bumps in their marriage. T.D. Jakes' new film seeks a convergence of box-office success and divine revelation.
Actor and activist Hill Harper is determined to help his friend Barack Obama land the role of a lifetime.