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Betsy DeVos Vows To Have Schools Open In Fall

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was on CNN Sunday. She said she intends for schools to open for in-person classes this fall. She believes it can be done safely. The CDC never recommended that schools close in the first place. Where there are hot spots in the future, in the fall, of course that has to… Read more »

Simone Biles ‘Black Lives Matter’ Is The Start Of Change

World Championships gymnast Simone Biles graces the cover of the August issues of Vogue. Her iconic photo shoot happened in February and interviewed in March. Its July and the world is a different place now. Coronavirus stopped the world and the murder of George Floyd which sparked an outcry for justice. The movement compelled millions… Read more »

Naya Rivera’s Missing After Tragic Lake Accident [VIDEO]

Well here is some sad news for fans and family; police searching for Naya Rivera’s body say she may never be found. The 33-year-old Glee actress is presumed to have drowned during a boating outing earlier this week on Lake Piru in Southern California. Police say she was boating with her 4-year-old son; they went swimming but his mother never… Read more »

Eric Benet Serves Up ‘Eric After Dark’ Live Stream [LIVE]

Eric Benet Presents: The First Episode of Eric After Dark. Tonight Primary WaveNineties R&B sensation Eric Benet will soothe fans at home with a special performance called Eric After Dark. On Instagram, Eric said “The wait is over! Join me and Jon B for the first episode of Eric After Dark. It’s sexy, it’s soothing,… Read more »

Atlanta Mayor & Husband Diagnosed With COVID-19 [WATCH]

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has tested positive for COVID-19. Making the announcement Monday on Twitter, the 50-year-old Bottoms said the diagnosis came as a surprise because she hasn’t been feeling ill. “COVID-19 has literally hit home,” she tweeted. “I have had NO symptoms and have tested positive.” Mayor Bottoms said she and her husband… Read more »

NFL To Play Black National Anthem Week One Games

Since the video emerged of the murder of George Floyd on May 25th at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department the world watched in disgust. That was the start the massive worldwide protest and demonstrations against police brutality. One large organization that could have been on the forefront of the Black Lives Matter movement… Read more »

Black Lives Matter May Be The Largest Political Movement In US History

According to recent polls, Black Lives Matter might be the biggest political movement in the country’s 244-year history. At its peak on June 6th, half a million people took to the streets at nearly 550 protests across the fruited plain, reports the New York Times. Numbers crunched by Civis Analytics, a Democratic data firm, reveals that “15… Read more »

Next Time You Dine Out, Don’t Ask Your Server For This

It’s a tricky new post-pandemic world as things we once took for granted have become a safety minefield. While many restaurants are reopening, it has been suggested that you pay with plastic, rather than potentially expose the server to germs while making change from cash. But even if you do whip out your card, Dr. Charles Parks Richardson,… Read more »

5-Star Basketball Prospect Chooses HBCU

Five star college basketball prospect Makur Maker has decided to take his talents to Howard University. Maker is the highest-ranking prospect in years to commit to a historically Black college or university. Maker picked Howard over UCLA. Kentucky and Memphis were also on his list.  In a tweet, Maker said, “I was the 1st to… Read more »

The New Hamilton Movie Is Out On Disney+ Today

Here something to entertain you this holiday weekend. In case you forgot Hamilton is out on Disney+ today! The hit Broadway musical was supposed to be released in October but was moved forward to Summer viewing as it will take advantage of the Fourth of July holiday and family quarantining at home.  During the announcement… Read more »