Plus, "Get Out" actor responds to Samuel L. Jackson's claims that British actors cannot understand the African-American experience and the GOP healthcare bill could force women to pay to give birth.
Jackson argued that African-American actors should have a stake in portraying the Black experience in America on film.
The actor wasn't the only one who took to Twitter to show their disgust for the new HUD secretary calling African slaves "immigrants."
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Roland Martin and NewsOne Now were on hand to chronicle the historic moment, and spoke with a number of dignitaries, as well as celebrities, who came from all over the country to experience the venue directly after the dedication ceremony ended.
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Academy Award nominee Djimon Honsou stars in Warner Brothers’ The Legend of Tarzan alongside Alexander Skarsgård, Christopher Waltz and Samuel L. Jackson. The iconic story follows the journey of Tarzan after he’s has been invited back to the Congo to serve as a trade emissary of Parliament. He talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about filming with Jackson, […]
Serena Williams will donate funds for supplies in Compton public schools. This is part of the #BestSchoolDay campaign that includes 50 celebrities who are donating to schools through the crowdfunding platform DonorChoose.org.
More details have been revealed regarding songstress Janet Jackson’s health condition. Just days after she announced the postponement of her ‘Unbreakable’ tour, source are now saying that Jackson is undergoing tests for throat cancer. According to reports, doctors came across a tumor on her vocal cords. “Doctors found a growth on Janet’s vocal chords that could […]