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Actor Jussie Smollet Responds to Racist, Anti-Gay Attack  with Love

On Tuesday night, January 28, actor/singer, Jussie Smollett was attacked as he was leaving a Chicago restaurant. Smollet is best known for his role as Jamal Lyons on the FOX hit drama series, Empire, where he plays an openly gay character. Smollett came out publicly as a gay man in 2015 on the Ellen Show, and the unfortunate incident that occurred can only be described as racist and homophobic. ...

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Historic Ali Cultural Arts presents Without Labels

The Historic Ali Cultural Arts is proud to present Without Labels, an exhibition exploring views of identity and cultural perception. The exhibition features the photographs of Jamie Robertson and works on paper by Shawna Moulton ...

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“The Prince of Sophisticated Soul”

“The Sophisticated Prince Of Soul” will be joining a stellar jazz ensemble Friday, Feb. 8 at the James L. Knight Concert Hall. This show launches the celebration of Black History Month.  It is the 11th annual season of the internationally acclaimed JAZZ ROOTS concerts, “JAZZ IN THE KEY OF ELLISON”. ...

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NAACP Mourns the Passing of Actor Kristoff St. John

The nation’s foremost civil rights organization issued the following statement regarding the passing of actor Kristoff St. John, who passed away today at age 52. ...

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Federal Workers get the gift of Music from Jazz in the Gardens

Miami Gardens, FL – City of Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert, III, and the Miami Gardens City Council will honor all the furloughed federal employees at Miami International Airport (MIA) and Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) by giving them the gift of music. ...

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2019 Oscar Nominees: #OscarsSoBlack?

2019 Oscar Nominees: #OscarsSoBlack? ...

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How I got over

How I got over ...

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Black Ballerina Makes History In Kansas City

An African-American ballerina has broken a major barrier in the realm of dance. According to KSHB, Whitney Huell made history by becoming the first Black ballerina to take on the lead role in the Kansas City Ballet’s Nutcracker performance ...

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“Classic Man” Jidenna urges Black men to protect Black women at all costs

[caption id="attachment_74450" align="alignright" width="375"] Photo credit: Instagram @soulbaselmiami[/caption] Miami, FL -- At a recent appearance in Historic Overtown, the Nigerian-American recording artist, Jidenna, shared a powerful message with the males in attendance. “Black men we must protect our women at all costs,” he charged as he began to shed light on the egregious plight of the black woman. “ ...

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Creating the space: TILA Studios unites Black female creatives, artists and influencers during Miami’s Art Week

With breath-taking panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami, 250+ women of color were invited to experience an EmpowerHer Brunch curated by TILA Studios at the Perez Art Museum. “It is a dream come true,” Tiffany LaTrice, Founder and Executive Director of TILA Studios said at the event. “I find myself tearing up at every interaction.” The sisterhood was intrinsic. Black female influencers, creativ ...

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