ABOUT Abdul Ali
April 13, 2012
The comic, who headlines a show in D.C. this weekend, gets serious about being a woman in comedy.
In the shadow of his new memorial in Washington, D.C., visitors share their thoughts on the legend.
The Root DC blogger Abdul Ali writes that being a parent trumps whatever loyalties he has to hip-hop. Those loyalties were recently challenged when he heard his 7-year-old daughter reciting objectionable rhymes.
The singer, who's back with a sequel to her My Life album, has come a long way from Yonkers, N.Y.
Former Gap executive says the fashion industry lacks diversity.
The mastermind behind a new exhibit speaks frankly about his project beyond black and white.
The green crusader reps the South Bronx, N.Y., in a new photo exhibit.
Urban League head says new exhibit will inspire youth.
A new Penguin anthology edited by Rita Dove highlights a number of African-American poets.
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