An interview with gospel music artist Tonex. Tonex opens up about, love, relationships, marriage, God and more!

It is true; we overcome by the word of our testimonies. One of the reasons that I love reading biographies and autobiographies is because it is a wonderful thing to see an entire lifetime or a portion of that lifetime laid out from beginning to end. If you look closely, you can see the hand […]

Follow @vedahoward Veda Howard was born with humor flowing through her veins. Initially clueless of this gift, she would often wonder why people were laughing at her when she was merely trying to communicate basic information. She finally embraced the inevitable, it was time to grab the mic and spread some joy. Since stepping to […]

These African-American’s have touched our lives in different and exciting ways! <!– EMBED: http://cdn.elev8.com/external/js/gallery/62487

  Barack Obama recenlty attended the Alfalfa Dinner, a dinner orignally meant to honor Confederate General , Robert E. Lee. The White House has published his remarks from the Dinner. I am seriously glad to be here tonight at the annual Alfalfa dinner. I know that many you are aware that this dinner began almost […]

The celebration has already begun. Concert orchestras hedge the reflecting pool on the Capitol. Celebrity guests of every walk are addressing the nation. But for…

VIA: Hollywood Reporter Michael Jackson has made it into the National Film Registry. The late performer’s 1983 video “Thriller” is among the 25 motion pictures that have been selected this year for preservation by Librarian of Congress James H. Billington. The list of films, announced Wednesday, ranged from the 1911 silent film “Little Nemo,” which […]

UPDATED: 11:43 a.m. EDT, Aug. 27, 2018 — Arizona Sen. John McCain died from brain cancer on Saturday. The longtime lawmaker and former prisoner of war during his time serving in the Vietnam War was widely remembered for his presidential candidacy against Barack Obama in 2008, when the senator famously told a woman attending a […]

Back in 2008, as John McCain accepts the Republican party nod for president, Sen. Barack Obama appeared on The O'Reilly Factor.

I readCornel West‘s “Race Matters” with more of a sense of obligation than any real interest. The book’s been out since ’94 and I only got around to reading it this year, so that should tell you something. See, I think the “Black people as a scientific study” books have only been done right once: […]

Barack Obama stepped triumphantly into history Wednesday night, the first black American to win a major party presidential nomination, as thousands of Democrats transformed their convention hall into a joyful, shouting celebration. The son of a black Kenyan father and a white American mother is now one victory from becoming president of a nation where, […]