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The Outlet with Kei-Touch spotlighted one of DC "Chocolate City" historic venues for entertainment with Mr. Don Baker, Historian and DJ The Foxtrappe Private Towne Club and Coach Butch McAdams.

Kei-Touch interviewed Comedian Barbara Carlyle!  Barbara Carlyle has been a comedian for 45 years! She has been featured on Def Comedy Jam, Comic View and Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready on Netflix. 

Kei-Touch interviewed Sylvia Traymore Morrison!  Originally from Washington, DC, Sylvia is the only renowned African American Female Impressionist in the country.

Local fans can also win exclusive prizes, including tickets to NBA Crossover and additional All-Star 2022 events.

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded at Howard University on January 9, 1914 by three students: A. Langston Taylor, Charles I. Brown, Leonard F. Morse. The fraternity also help found their sister organization, Zeta Phi Beta, Inc. When they created the organization, they wanted to be a Greek letter fraternity that would truly exemplify the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service. 

While many of us in the U.S. and around the world continued enjoying life before COVID; never did we imagine in less than two years, we would be in the position we are today.

From Prairie View A&M in Texas, Howard University in D.C., Norfolk State University in southern Virginia, to Xavier University in New Orleans, 7 HBCUs were targeted throughout the nation with bomb threats...

The Fraternity of Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc. was founded on January 5, 1911 on the campus of Indiana University Bloomington by Marcus Peter Blakemore, Paul Waymond Caine, George Wesley Edmonds, Guy Levis Grant, Edward Giles Irvin, and John Milton Lee. The Fraternity has over 125,000 members with 700 undergraduate and alumni chapters in nearly every […]

There have been a lot of monumental moments throughout this year and Black women are continuing to make history!

On Tuesday, congressional leaders held a moment of silence on the U.S. Capitol steps to honor the at least 800,156 confirmed deaths.