Posts Tagged ‘Jr.’



That 180 million dollars that Floyd Mayweather just won from the Manny Pacquiao fight on May 2nd may be up for grabs.

Well, at least according to his baby mama…



Today we celebrate the birth of Dr. Marting Luther King, Jr. If Dr. King were alive today he would be proud that his work and that of his contemporaries helped secure a better future for Blacks in America. We as a people have come a long way from shackles, Jim Crow laws and segregation. However, we’re killing ourselves at alarming rates due to disease and violence. Gun violence in particular has plagued our communities for decades and it’s only getting worse. A history of gun violence was not in the legacy MLK, Jr. left for Black people.


Join Ms. Drama and the National Action Network today, January 16th at 12 noon for a panel discussion on gun violence. Learn what your community needs to do to be safe and how to change the policies to ensure it.


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It’s hard to believe 35 years have passed since the epic saga of American slavery, “Roots” premiered in 1977. The groundbreaking mini-series riveted families to their seats regardless of race. Now, OWN Chairman Oprah Winfrey has reunited the cast for the special “Roots 35 Years Later” at her home in Montecito, Calif.


“‘Roots’ forever changed television,” according to an OWN press release. “For the first time, TV viewers white and black experienced a part of American history through the eyes of slaves. For many it marked an awakening … and for the participating actors and actresses, it was nothing short of a spiritual experience.”


The original cast included Cicely Tyson, LeVar Burton, Leslie Uggams, John Amos, Louis Gossett, Jr., and Ben Vereen.


The special which will include interviews and clips airs on Jan. 16, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.


Stay tuned for more.