Special guests, music exclusives and national news reports from The Tom Joyner Morning Show.
In honor of Delta Sigma Theta’s Founder’s Day we are taking a look at celebrity members of the historic organization.
Check out Black America Web's list of good reads by iconic soul sirens from the past and dominating divas on the radio today, including Mariah Carey, Nina Simone, Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys, Patti LaBelle, Grace Jones and more.
This week, the ladies are focusing on love confessions, new babies, and the Kardashians breaking up relationships. Plus, we’re wrapping up Mental Health Awareness month and the trio talks self-care and getting in good spaces. We'll wrap it out with the Final Question To Undress! Do you ever truly know someone?
Black America Web got the exclusive breakdown on how David Oyelowo's new film 'The Water Man' came about, straight from the actor/director himself.
The GRAMMYs were full of Black Girl Magic as we continue to celebrate this great Women's History Month with wins. As always, they'll dig into the good, the bad and the ugly of all the viral news topics this week-- some are shocking.
Earl G. Graves Sr., the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise, has died at 85. According to his son Earl “Butch” Graves, Jr., he passed away at 9:22 p.m. on April 6 after a long fight with Alzheimer’s. Graves, Jr., who is the current CEO of Black Enterprise, shared the news on Twitter. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER: […]
A Detroit bus driver who recently complained about people not taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously after a passenger coughed several times without covering her mouth, has died after contracting the virus, CNN reports. Jason Hargrove posted a video to Facebook on March 21 criticizing a woman who he said got on his bus and coughed […]
On Oct. 19, 1960, Martin Luther King Jr. and dozens of young protesters were arrested in downtown Atlanta for participating in a sit-in demonstration at Rich’s department store, setting off a series of historic events. “King didn’t like to be arrested. He was not like John Lewis,” King’s biographer Clayborne Carsonv told AJC.com, referring to […]
Last month, Kesha Gray was arrested in Cordova, Tenn. after police officers stopped her for questioning about a reported domestic violence incident and appearing to be too distraught to talk to them. Video footage of her arrest went viral on social media. Now, the Memphis branch of the NAACP is calling for an expedited inquiry into […]
Now that most colleges and universities have moved their classes to online lectures in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic many are utilizing the popular Zoom video conferencing tool. On Monday a University of Texas organization had to cut their session short after someone logged on and began hurling racial slurs at Black students. The Austin […]
MACON, Ga. (AP) — Authorities in Georgia are searching for a man accused of fatally shooting three people in his child’s mother’s family, and then leaving with the child. Caesar Zamien Lamar Crockett Jr., 29, is wanted on three counts of murder and one count of kidnapping, according to a statement from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office. […]
A student at Western Michigan University has died from the coronavirus. Fox 17 reports, the university and Kalamazoo County both released statements on the passing of WMU student Bassey Offiong. They didn’t disclose if Offiong was one of the three students who recently tested positive for the virus. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER: “I was deeply saddened […]
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