When it comes to speaking out about social injustice, Spike Lee is known for not holding his tongue. On Monday (June 1), during an interview with CNN over the current unrest taking place in cities across the country, Spike Lee premiered a short video featuring clips from the intense and crucial scene in his iconic film, Do The Right Thing, Juxtaposed with the real videos of the murders of both Eric Garner and George Floyd at the hands of police.
We knew Donald Trump would have something to say about the 91st Annual Academy Awards and he picked the person may have the most to say about #45. Trump blasted Lee over what he described as a “racist hit” during his acceptance speech after winning the Academy Award for Best-Adapted Screenplay for his movie “BlacKkKlansman.” […]
Ever since quarterback Colin Kaepernick opted out of his San Francisco 49ers contract, he has struggled to find a new home team. Director Spike Lee has taken notice. After having brunch with the activist athlete, Lee posted a picture with Kaepernick on Instagram. He vented, “How Is It That There Are 32 NFL Teams And […]
Singer Chrisette Michele has faced lots of “stones” since she confirmed on Thursday that she would be singing at Donald Trump's inauguration. She's even losing work.
https://www.facebook.com/hellobeautifulofficial/videos/10154678492508846/ The National Action Network and TV One presented the annual Triumph Awards on TV One last night and encouraged Americans to vote through powerful spoken word performances like Nick Cannon‘s impassioned rap, speeches by the Mothers Of The Movement and more. Keep scrolling for highlights from the show: Pam & Cole Reunite Tichina Arnold […]
Obama called Kaep's protest "legitimate," while Ali's ex-wife said he should "get off his high horse" and apologize.
The West Coast rapper – best known for his debut album Doggystyle and for smoking weed in public – urged viewers not to support projects in which Black people are mistreated, courtesy of a profanity-laced Instagram video.
After news spread that Prince passed away, many celebrities paid homage to the legendary singer through special tributes. On Broadway, Jennifer Hudson and the cast of The Color Purple paid their respects through song by performing a rendition of Prince’s hit “Purple Rain.”