Each week things heat up and Wednesday’s episode was no different! Let’s jump in. Cato hosts a prestigious party in Philadelphia attended by Frederick Douglass (played by the show’s Executive Producer, John Legend) and other prominent abolitionists to discuss the cause, but not before chaos ensues. Back at the boarding house, hunters arrest Georgia for […]
John Legend joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now last week to discuss his criminal justice reform campaign, #FreeAmerica.
The NAACP celebrated all of the amazing strides that people of color have made over the past year at the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards. If you didn’t get a chance to tune in, check out our rundown of the evening’s top moments. Andra Day Pays Tribute to President Barack Obama! #ImageAwards pic.twitter.com/Q48I1Ft0au — TV […]
John Legend isn't here for the mess.
2016 may have been an overall disaster, but at least it gave us some of the best shows on television, especially those featuring predominantly black casts. One of those great shows of this year was WGN’s breakout hit series Underground about slaves and the Underground Railroad, starring Jurnee Smollet-Bell. The show was a ratings and […]
In response to Alt-Right leader Richard Spencer's upcoming speech at Texas A&M on Tuesday, students, alums, faculty, members of the community and the administration plan to hold a counter-event at Kyle Field, the campus football stadium in College Station, Texas.
Plus, a California teacher fired after he threatened to deport students' parents and the GOP denounces the KKK's Trump victory rally in North Carolina.
With the Obama family exiting the White House, this issue hopes to empower.