After New Jazz Sitcom Goes Live, White College Students Rant Saying “Jazz Was Saved By White People” and “Black People Don’t Listen to it Anymore”

After New Jazz Sitcom Goes Live, White College Students Rant Saying “Jazz Was Saved By White People” and “Black People Don’t Listen to it Anymore”

New York, NY — A controversy arose on social media following a recent BlackNews.com story entitled, “Giant Steps TV Show — America’s First Jazz Sitcom Launches on Amazon” which was published on October, 31, 2017. Apparently, three white students at The New School …

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Following the Success of “The New Edition Story,” BET is Now Planning to Air “The Bobby Brown Story” in Fall 2018

Following the Success of “The New Edition Story,” BET is Now Planning to Air “The Bobby Brown Story” in Fall 2018

Nationwide — BET is planning to air a TV biopics about the life and career of singer Bobby Brown. It will be a follow-up to the network’s record-breaking hit series, The New Edition Story. Millions of people tuned in to watch The New …

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HBCU Sports: MEAC Football Weekly Honors

HBCU Sports: MEAC Football Weekly Honors

NORFOLK, Va. – Bethune-Cookman quarterback Larry Brihm, Jr. was selected as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Offensive Player of the Week, the conference announced today. North Carolina Central’s Davanta Reynolds was named the Defensive Player of the Week while North Carolina A&T State’s Brandon Parker received Offensive Lineman …

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