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‛Beale Street Caravan’ Gets First Black Executive Director

The blues radio show “Beale Street Caravan” is getting its first African American executive director, Thomas O. Crivens, Jr.

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Rihanna is America’s Youngest Self-Made Billionaire

Rihanna amassed $1.4 billion in net worth from her successful music career, many endorsement deals, and entereprenurial ventures.

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Becoming Jupiter Love

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Life Expectancy Lowest Among Black Americans

The life expectancy of Black Americans has improved in recent years — but continues to be lower than that of white people.
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Say What? Speaking Your Heart and Mind in a Cancel-culture Society

For women, the fear of being “canceled” for simply speaking up is nothing new. Apprehension in personal and professional encounters for fear of retaliation...

Get a Candid Look Into Faith, Family and Addiction in “CIGARETTE”

Singer and rapper Theory Martin X sets to premier his long-anticipated “CIGARETTE” on March 21, 2022. The music video chronicles Theory’s journey through grief,...

Bel-Air: A Look Back

From 1990 to 1995, Will Smith starred in the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” the innovative, history-making, and hilarious sitcom. The plot and countless stories...

5 Tips for Talking to Kids About Race 

Children are naturally curious about their environment. They experience the environment through interacting with it, such as playing in the snow, walking in the...

Beat the Spread: 10 Tips to Stay Safe During the Holidays from The Old North State Medical Society

We can all agree that COVID-19 has overstayed its welcome. We’ve all been anxiously awaiting life to bounce back after the pandemic ends and...

Resilience Amidst Setbacks: How to Bounce Back After a Rough Week

Bouncing back after a rough week is a skill we can all use. Life doesn't have to get the better of you, even when...

From The Root Up: Telling Our Black Stories

Growing up in Virginia, she was known by her friends to always have a camera in hand. Digital, disposable, it didn’t matter. Any time...

Weekend Guide for Memphians: 6 Things to Do after Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is officially over! Say goodbye to turkey and pilgrim hats and hello to stunning lights and decorative trees. Christmas season is here! There’s...

Certified Friendsgiving Kickback: 5 Stress-Free Ideas to Host your Friends

We’re so ecstatic to be gathering with our loved ones again this holiday season, and what better way to show our gratitude towards them...

Let The Church Say…Amen?

Photo by Avel Chucklanov As the granddaughter of four devout Christians, I know a thing or two about church. My brother and I lived in...

Black fathers make my motherhood a joy

My favorite things about the month of June are the two days set aside to honor the beautiful Black man who lives in my...

Sliding into Summer with an Outdoor Hangout

Whether your style is weekly soul food Sundays or one epic end-of-season blowout, hosting friends and family is synonymous with summertime.

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BLAC’s Best of the Rest: Takin’ U 2 Church

Oh, happy day! We feel like shouting this Friday, ya’ll! But rather than make a joyful noise in the church house, Sierra Allen examines...

The Problem with Being Black and Pregnant

The United States is considered the most dangerous developed nation to be pregnant in – particularly if you are Black.  This is according to Stacey...

Jovita Moore: Life, Legacy, Remembrance

Award-winning journalist, Jovita Moore, lost her battle with brain cancer last week. She was only 53 years old. Moore wasn’t just an anchor, but...

Beat the Spread: 10 Tips to Stay Safe During the Holidays from The Old North State Medical Society

We can all agree that COVID-19 has overstayed its welcome. We’ve all been anxiously awaiting life to bounce back after the pandemic ends and...

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