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Ramell Ross is simply brilliant. In his highly acclaimed documentary, Hale County This Morning, This Evening, Ross transforms an otherwise mundane, day-in-day-out southern town story into a piece of work that is divine. Ross’s training as a photographer oozes throughout every fiber of the film’s tapestry taking shape that transforms…(Read More)

[ezcol_1quarter][/ezcol_1quarter] [ezcol_3quarter_end] Freedom Pod: Millennial XXChange – Reporter Waverly Coville speaks with Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever.  Dr. Avis is the youngest woman to have served as the top executive of a historic membership organization reaching four million women worldwide.  Currently, she is an entrepreneur who consults, coaches and trains women throughout the U.S. and…(Read More)

By Vanessa Williams Gabrielle Union couldn’t have picked a more perfect title for her memoir, We’re Going to Need More Wine. After reading a few chapters of her book, you will indeed find yourself adding more wine to your glass. Gabrielle gets real as she talks about her experiences with racism and colorism…(Read More)

It’s Black History Month and a great way to celebrate it is by reading books by black authors. Whether you decide to read novels from the past, or books recently published, there is a plethora of African American literature that you can enjoy. To celebrate black women, we’ve compiled a list of books…(Read More)

Review by Vanessa Williams “You never say yes to anything.” Six little words. Those six words were the inception of a year-long journey that Shonda Rhimes, hit television creator and producer, would initiate to help get her out of her comfort zone and conquer some fears. She called it her Year of Yes. Shonda…(Read More)