New Film to Explore Black Love, Dating, and HIV

Film and television writer, director, and producer Nathan Hale Williams is considered as a prolific creator of stories centering on gay men of color. He is known for such LGBT-themed films as Dirty Laundry and The Ski Trip. His next project, titled 90 Days, deals the subject matter of HIV prevention and outreach as well as black …

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Truce Over! Masika Kalysha Goes Ballistic on Fetty Wap

Well, that was nice while it lasted. The surprising truce between Fetty Wap and his baby’s mother, Masika Kalysha, didn’t last long. The two are back at each other’s throats in a series of tweets, which makes it perfectly clear how they feel about each other. It appears that Masika kicked …

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Trump Time Capsule #41: 'We Remember the Nuremberg Trials'

Senator Theodore Bilbo, a dominant figure in Mississippi politics through the first half of the 20th century, is deplored in history’s eyes as a Klan member and racist bitter-ender. After Bilbo’s time, racist arguments in national-level campaigns had generally become coded (“Southern Strategy,” “Willie Horton”) rather than overt and explicit. …

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Swoon: Here's How President Obama Describes Michelle's Body

Barack Obama‘s feelings about his wife, Michelle, have been well-documented in photos and prose, but his recent interview with ballerina Misty Copeland for Time magazine was so full of praise for his wife, we’re kinda blushing after reading it. During the interview, Obama waxed poetic about Michelle’s body, calling her a beautiful role model for his …

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Chyna's Father Speaks Out About Her Engagement

Blac Chyna is about to walk down the aisle with her fiancée, Rob Kardashian, in a matter of weeks, and according to the Daily Mail, her father gave the reality star his blessing to take his daughter’s hand in marriage. Continuing to dote on his daughter and her soon-to-be husband, Eric …

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SMH: Watch People Rush Central Park Due To Pokémon

PokémonGO, the interactive mobile game, continues to take over, and has some people simply acting crazy as a result of the trend. The game, which requires people to physically walk around in order to capture different pokémon, is interfering with general public safety and common sense, with people running into …

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American Black Film Festival Kicks Off TODAY in Miami

Today, June 15, kicks off five days of films, masters classes, networking, and possibility at the 20th anniversary of the American Black Film Festival. Hosted on South Beach Miami, Florida, this festival annually proves to be the premier event for content creators of color to come together in hopes of sharing, …

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