Sheree Zampino, Will Smith's ex-wife is speaking out about joining the cast of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" with Jada Pinkett-Smith.
The Body Shop U.S. is leading a bold initiative to ramp up youth voter participation ahead of the midterm elections. The post The Body Shop Empowers Youth Voters With It’s ‘Be Seen Be Heard’ Initiative appeared first on NewsOne.
Chanté Adams and Abbi Jacobson talk Prime Video's 'A League Of Their Own' series, rebooting a classic, creating authenticity, and more
Fallon McClure, deputy director of policy and advocacy at the ACLU of Georgia, said rappers deserve the same protections as other artists. The post ACLU Of Georgia and Inner-City Muslim Action Network Explore ‘Rap On Trial’ appeared first on NewsOne.
One of Major League Baseball’s biggest stars, Fernando Tatis Jr., won’t be seeing a baseball diamond for a while. San Diego Padres All-Star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. was suspended for 80 games immediately after testing positive for Clostebol, a performance-enhancing substance violating MLB’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. ESPN reports that Tatis’ suspension will […]
A program spearheaded by the Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center wants to repurpose the Lee statute into a nationally renowned work of art reflective of the entire community. The post Charlottesville’s Unfinished Statue Business Five Years After ‘Unite The Right’ appeared first on NewsOne.
A woman protesting the overturning of Roe v. Wade at the NBA Finals led to her being handcuffed & sedated by San Francisco paramedics.
A throwback photo of artist Saucy Santana posed with legendary rap group The Clipse goes viral. The photo even landed in Pusha T's inbox.
DaBaby put himself on the level of God in his new music video for "Tough Skin" by depicting himself hanging from a cross like Jesus Christ.
ALLBLK's Send Help creators and executive producers Jean Elie and Mike Gauyo chat about their new dark comedy series in an exclusive interview.
Chicago rapper and activist Vic Mensa unveils the first Black-owned cannabis company in Illinois, 93 Boyz. Read more inside.