You guessed it, media mogul Oprah Winfrey is one of 10 blacks who made the FORBES list of the World's billionaires. Perhaps she should run for president of the United States of America. OPRAH! OPRAH!
Out of 2,043 people who made the list, there are three black females,Winfrey,
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We can never get enough of hearing that sweet#BlackGirlMagic news.
Keep it coming. Speaking of BGM, Neurosurgery resident Nancy Abu Bohnsrah has made medical history as, the first black woman to be trained as a neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins medical school.
According to CNN, in
American playwright, and poet Ntozake Shange
Perhaps best known for her first play, “Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow Is Enuf” which was later turned into a feature film by Tyler Perry, Ntozake Shange, is a playwright, poet and is a self proclaimed feminist.
In honor of World Poetry Day, we're honored to share with you the poem, "Challenge Me," written poetically by Theodore Mosley. We find it fitting to publish "Challenge Me" in honor of Women's History Month and feature a photo of a woman who creatively and uniquely challenges
When Oprah Winfrey read how one Black woman’s countless contributions to science saved millions, she turned the best-selling book into her next movie.
This month Oprah Winfrey, along with Broadway and TV phenom Renée Elise Goldsberry (who plays the film’s title character), star in the unheralded story of The Immortal Life
The 29-year old singer-songwriter Yuna, didn't intend on becoming an R&B star. Or, a pop star for that matter. Born Yunalis Zarai, a devout Muslim, quiet and timid as she once described herself, Yuna was raised in a very conservative environment in Alor Setar, Malaysia, by her
Every spring I drive along the 5 freeway passing by the beautiful flower fields in Carlsbad, CA, And, every year I tell myself I'm going to stop. Well, this year I decided to just do it. It's kinda sad that I've lived in southern California for
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We lost another music legend, the king of Rock 'n' Roll Chuck Berry.
According to ABC News, Berry died on Saturday, March 18, at the age of 90. Cause of death has not been disclosed.,
Chuck Berry's stage
La Jolla, CA — La Jolla Playhouse announces a collaboration with the acclaimed theatre group Ping Chong + Company to develop and present South of The 8, a brand-new, community-engaged piece, created with and performed by a group individuals living in neighborhoods south of the
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Allow us to reintroduce ourselves to Captain M'Lis Ward. Ward is the first female African-American captain for a major U.S. carrier, in the history of U.S. Aviation. We're not sure how the news about this USC Trojan alumni got by us. At any rate,