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So-called “Feel better dolls,” which resemble black rag dolls, have been removed from shelves at One Dollar Zone stores because of the racist message attached to the front. The purpose of this doll was to get the owner to abuse it or even find a wall to “slam the doll” into when they were feeling […]

The 89th Annual Academy Awards was probably the most talked about event of the year so far (besides Remy Ma vs. Nicki Minaj). The American people gathered around their televisions, phones and computers to escape some of the intense drama happening in our nation. People watched the Oscars this year, following last year’s #OscarsSoWhite controversy, […]

In light of Black History Month, spread the positive presence of black people. Watch the video below of 10 characters from the bible who many people don’t realize were black:   via: AtlantaBlackStar

From documentaries to coming-of-age stories, here are the most anticipated movies coming out of the Sundance Film Festival.

Cheryl Pearson-McNeil is the Senior Vice President of U.S. Strategic Community Alliances & Consumer Engagement at Nielsen. She shares some important information about Nielsen, which is a company that measures what consumers watch, buy and listen to. Nielsen recently released a new report about black millennials that shows how immensely powerful black consumers from 18-35 […]

According to WBNS a 13 year old, identified as Tyree King, was killed in a Columbus Police involved shooting Wednesday night.  Around 7:42pm Columbus Police Officers responded to a call reporting armed robbery at S. 18th and Capital Streets.  Upon arrival police the victim gave police a description of the individuals saying they approached him with […]

When I played basketball in college there was no WNBA. There were no endorsement deals with women gracing the cover of cereal boxes. The ability to see someone like me on television, someone I could look up to and emulate, was sparse. Cheryl Miller was it for me in basketball and Flo Jo in track. […]

With the new year in full swing, it is time to get serious about resolutions. If your New Year’s goal was to read more, we’ve got you covered with this list of powerful reads by prominent Black authors. From Shonda Rhimes’ Year of Yes to Joy Ann Reid’s Fracture, these books will move you to […]

Tyrese and Rev Run‘s new show on OWN , “It’s Not You It’s Men,” is definitely stirring up some conversation! The duo explains how their combination of…

As we celebrate Black History Month at Radio One Cincy, our hometown favorite Lincoln Ware shares a touching story on his experiences growing up.  To understand where we’re going we must reflect on where we came from. Check out Lincoln’s story and more stories from Radio One Cincy during Black History Month

Bishop Secular is sick and tired of people saying he is racist for rooting for his own people. Click on the audio player to hear him break…