Last week, our pals over at The Takeout asked their readers for their refrigerator cleaning (horror, let’s be…
For the Love of God: Rev. Al Sharpton Urges Religious Leaders to Take Easter and Holy Week Services Offline
With churches and pastors coming under fire for defying shelter-in-place mandates for holding religious services—two pastors were arrested in the last week—civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton called on the heads of the country’s largest historically black religious institutions and other faith leaders to halt…
SheaMoisture Just Announced a $1 Million Fund to Support Women of Color Entrepreneurs Affected by the COVID-19 Crisis
Shea Moisture’s business model was built on the concept of “Community Commerce.” Now, in the wake of the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the personal care brand is once again making good on its promise to bring commerce to the community, announcing on Wednesday morning a one million dollar fund…
On Sunday, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that he’d given the NYPD permission to issue fines of up to $500 to anyone violating social distancing mandates, the city’s latest attempt to slow the spread of covid-19 in an area devastated by the virus. “I want to just let all New Yorkers know that what we’re…
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It may be April Fools’ Day—even though we’ve all collectively decided that ain’t shit funny in terms of pranks during this unprecedented time—but Netflix certainly isn’t joking about this month’s new lineup!
I have no data to back up this claim, but I’d bet a so fresh and so clean (clean) $20 that probably 75 percent of the people I know have seen Netflix’s Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.
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Susan Kelechi Watson is trying to make the best of a bad situation, because as she says, “you ain’t gotta panic in a pandemic.”
T.C. Carlson Reveals He Was Fired From Living Single, Says He Served as Spokesperson When Cast Felt Disrespected
This year will mark 27 years since the first episode of Living Single aired in August 1993. The popular comedy series starring Queen Latifah, Kim Fields, Erika Alexander and Kim Coles has ranked among the most revered television shows universally embraced by the black community.