African American Issues Archives

Letitia Scott-Jackson – Grace and Favor From Prison to Paid available on Amazon.com

In the month of November the Producer’s Channel decided to pay homage to an author each week on their Saturday morning show in honor of National Author’s Day Nov 1st.

The last weekend of the month celebrity guest host Kenny Kenglomerate (Black Clothing Designer) and Publisher of Arait Justice Books introduced author/philanthropist Letitia Scott-Jackson. Raised in Louisiana, she is now a Dallas, TX resident. READ MORE

Berg and Jay

Berg and Jay are two productive entrepreneurs that found their answer to financial freedom through Forex Trading. In fact, over the years they formed a partnership that’s unbreakable. In training newcomers over the years Berg has discovered that the millennial teenagers are picking up the art of becoming excellent day traders and pay attention to detail when it comes to learning. READ MORE

The Minnesota Black Authors Expo aim to promote the work of Black authors on October 19, 2019 at De LaSalle High School

“The Minnesota Black Authors Expo was founded by two authors, De’Vonna Pittman and Jasmine Boudah. Their vision is to support authors, promote literacy, and stimulate the income of authors of color.  They recognized “other expos didn’t celebrate or cater to Black literature or its readers,” and felt it necessary to create the much-needed space.

This year Rolling Out CEO and publisher Munson Steed will be on board to promote his two new children’s books “Little Professor Skye’s Favorite Things”, and “Atom Smart Rocket Dreams; a space explorer and coloring book.” Steed is a media mogul with a diversified national media company across print, digital, television and social media platforms with the flagship brand, READ MORE

Reports from TMZ  say African rapper Akon asked Actor Eddie Murphy to hire Africans for “Coming To America,” sequel. Eddie Murphy responds and says that Michael Blackson is funny. Now fans are in anticipation, wondering if Michael Blackson will make the cut!

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RonReaco Lee & Tasha Smith

Footage Films presents the awaited suspense thriller “Running Out of Time” starring RonReaco Lee and Tasha Smith; premiering on BET Saturday December  1st on BET at 8pm Eastern. You do not want to miss this action packed drama directed by You Got Served producer/director Chris Stokes.

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Katie referenced as the “Queen Of Drill” is gladly adjusting her crown this new year with a brand new single called

“Work It Girl” released in May 2018 on all major platforms.   On top of that you can expect a heavy hitting Ep entitled “Sista B*tch” set to debut June 26, 2018 with her fresh new sound showcasing a different side of the “Drill Queen”. You might say that she’s just getting started but Katie is not new to the game and trust it wasn’t always easy.

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Congrats to the 1st African American independent filmmaker Alyze Elyse who is presently over 30 million streams on Amazon Prime since we interviewed her. Originally Alyze Elyse dreamed about making it big in the music industry and her fate was not meant to fall that direction. READ MORE

D’Angelo Russell burst on the scene all the way back in his High School days at Montverde Academy in Montverde, Florida in his sophomore season in 2014 where he helped Montverde win back-to-back High School National Tournament  championships. Later that year D’Angelo played in the McDonald’s All-American game and the Jordan Brand Classic as a commit to Ohio State as Rivals.com rated him as a five-star recruit.

After only playing at Ohio State for 1 year D’Angelo declared for the NBA draft and became the 2015 Round 1 #2 Draft Pick to the Los Angeles Lakers and played 1 year and was traded to the Brooklyn Nets.

While the whole world was watching to see what D’Angelo Russell was going to do as he takes on his new home as a Brooklyn Nets player family ties don’t fall far from his tree dreams of becoming a professional basketball player and playing in the NBA.

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