Original "Annie" hopes revival will have black lead: Andrea McArdle, who originated the role of Annie on Broadway back in 1977, is looking forward to the show's revival, scheduled for 2012. But if she had her way, she would make one big change: Annie would be African American, the Huffington Post reports.
Where are the black occupiers? The Huffington Post's Janelle Ross says the Occupy Wall Street movement doesn't adequately represent the struggling black population.
Isaiah Mustafah's "good hair" apology: The actor expressed a very specific hair-type preference that excludes many black women. Now his message to fans he may have offended is "I love you."
The man behind Dangerous Negro clothing line: For this entrepreneur, it all started with getting picked on for getting A's.
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