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15 Children Killed In Haiti Orphanage Fire

Haiti fire

Fifteen children, including babies and toddlers, were killed in a fire at a Haitian orphanage ran by Pennsylvania-based nonprofit, Church of Bible Understanding, which also operates another orphanage in the country. According to the Associated Press, the home had been burning candles due of generator issues. Worker Rose-Marie Louis told …

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“Queen of Katwe” Star Dies Of Brain Tumor At Age 15

“Queen of Katwe” Star Dies

Nikita Pearl Waligwa, who co-starred in the 2016 film “Queen of Katwe,” has died at the age of 15, according to Ugandan media reports. The young actress reportedly died Saturday night at TMR International Hospital, in Naalya, Kampala. The film “Queen of Katwe” is based on the true story of …

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Marvel Introducing First Same-Sex Superhero Couple In Upcoming Film

Last year, the Marvel Cinematic Universe confirmed that its upcoming film, “The Eternals,” would finally feature an openly gay male superhero; and it was recently that Tony and Emmy-nominated actor Brian Tyree Henry would be playing the cosmic-powered inventor named Phastos. Now, actor Haaz Sleiman, who’ll play Marvel’s first gay …

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Omar Epps Added To The Cast Of Power Prequel “Raising Kanan”

Omar Epps is headed into the Power Universe. The veteran actor has just been added to the cast of Starz’s upcoming prequel, “Power Book III: Raising Kanan.” According to Deadline, Epps comes to the series that is based on the backstory of the now-deceased character “Kanan” played by Curtis “50 …

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Charles Barkley Discusses Advocacy For LGBTQ Community “Anytime You’re Black, You’ve Got To Stand Up For Other People”

Charles Barkley apologizes

NBA icon Charles Barkley visited “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on this week and got pretty candid about his advocacy for LGBTQ rights. DeGeneres started off by thanking Barkley for his protest against North Carolina’s House Bill 2,  also known as the “bathroom bill,” which prohibited transgender people from using restrooms …

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