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New App Will Help Parents Find Black Santas Near Them

Representation is important, parents often want their children to see individuals that look like them. Parents who want to take their children to see a Santa Claus who looks like them can now turn to an app. This is all thanks to a Texas mom, Jihan Woods who struggled for …

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Kanye West And Joel Osteen In Talks Of National Religious Tour

Kanye West and Joel Osteen

It looks like we won’t be seeing the last of the Kanye West and Joel Osteen duo anytime soon. After such massive success at Joel’s Sunday Service in Houston, the two are seemingly headed towards a possible national tour. According to sources, Kanye and Joel will appear at Yankee Stadium …

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Miss Jamaica Tony-Ann Singh Crowned Miss World 2019

Congratulations to Toni-Ann Singh, who has been crowned Miss World 2019, and is the first woman of Jamaican descent to win the honor since 1993. Singh was born in St. Thomas and migrated to the U.S. at 9 years old. She comes from a musical family and has been classically …

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Radio Icon Tom Joyner Says Farewell After 25 Years On Air

After 25 years on the radio, #TomJoyner will be ending his beloved radio show “Tom Joyner Morning Show.” Joyner’s last show aired Friday morning. It  is one of the longest-running radio shows for Black entertainment and news. “Twenty-five years ago, there was no template for a syndicated Urban radio show …

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50 Cent Calls Out Oprah Winfrey Over Russell Simmons Documentary; Says Winfrey Only Targets Black Men: “I Just Want To Know Why She Is Only Going After Her Own”

50 vs Oprah

“Power” executive producer 50 Cent is calling out Oprah Winfrey after she announced an Apple TV + documentary that will focus on Russell Simmons’ sexual assault accusers. On Thursday, 50 took to Instagram and opened up about his feelings towards Winfrey, deciding to make a film that explores sexual assault …

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