Long before there was the “Houston Texas Baby” native, Beyoncé, there was a woman by the name of Anna Mae Bullock, born in the “Nutbush City Limits”, Tennessee. We would later call her Tina Turner, the Queen Of Rock ’N’ Roll. November 25, 1967 Turner became the first female and black artist to grace the […]
The day is about “love in action.”
Beauty is a billion-dollar industry and with Black dollars at stake, these ladies are cashing in big time.
The NBA had shooters like Dale Ellis, Reggie Miller and Ray Allen - now Steph Curry reigns supreme.
Regardless of the field of endeavor – science, sports, business, politics – women have shattered long-held traditions, customs, and taken their rightful places in the world. From running companies to running countries. Gender equal leadership will lead to a more inclusive and effective society.
Radio One is celebrating black history by saluting Future History Makers, people giving back to our community today to shape our tomorrow. Today we salute….Paula Stewart, owner and operator of Mixology Inc Kids which is a summer entrepreneur program with the focus on kids ages 8-17. Mixology Inc Kids gives kids a chance to see […]
From Leila Foley to Keisha Lance Bottoms, Black women have occupied high office in their cities.
You can't talk about the history of comedy without mentioning a few names. Richard Pryor and Bernie Mac are two comedians are considered legends in stand-up comedy. But who was the first black comedian? What about the black female comedians?
Xavierian Brothers, a mostly white Catholic high school in suburban Boston, not only chose to serve fried chicken for its Black History Month but administrators also placed the blame squarely on the shoulders of an African American cafeteria worker.
They say the first thing a woman notices about a man is his shoes - this may help explain why.
The evolution of Black beauty products from Annie Turnbo Malone to Mielle Organics founder Michelle Rodriguez.
From being the only choice for higher education to now seeing students choose HBCUs, it’s an honor to be a part of the HBCU legacy.