These 10 Black stars have been aging gracefully over the past two decades, still looking exactly the same as they did back in 2002!

"Minister Farrakhan, I love you, but the way you read that, I took that as a slight," the rapper formerly known as Kanye West said. The post Kanye West Rejects Farrakhan Defending Him Over Antisemitism: ‘I Took That As A Slight’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Dare we say: The latest episode of "Atlanta" is the greatest episode of the entire series. Read more and check out fan reactions inside. 

Homecomings at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are magical events that combine Unity, Expression, Pride, and Camaraderie.

Today(October 12, 2022) we remember the late Thomas Mikal Ford, actor best known for his role in the 90’s sitcom Martin. He was only 52 at the time of his unfortunate passing, which was due to an aneurysm burst in his abdomen in 2020. Born Sept. 5, 1964, Ford was a part of the Martin […]

On this day in 2002, “Brown Sugar” debuted in theaters. Check out 20 fun facts about the film to celebrate its 20th anniversary inside.

Carnival has been around for hundreds of years and has been a big significance in political and social anti colonial resistance throughout the Caribbean.

Remember the beautiful brown girls who graced the cover of relaxer boxes from back in the day? Well, it looks like they’re all grown up now!

Iconic sitcom "A Different World," which turns 35 this year, has had a lasting influence on HBCUs and Black culture as a whole. The post ‘A Different World’ 35th Anniversary: How The Iconic HBCU Sitcom Still Influences Black Culture appeared first on NewsOne.

A group of HBCU alumni is working to make the pathway easier by creating a culture of connectivity, camaraderie and collaboration. The post Brown Skin Brunchin’: HBCU Graduates Open Doors For Black Women Through Brunch and Vibes appeared first on NewsOne.

Take a minute during Labor Day Weekend to relax and check out one these 15 books by Black authors we curated for your reading pleasure.