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Why the Kardashians want to stop Blac Chyna from trademarking her last name

Blac Chyna will become a Kardashian after marrying Rob Kardashian. However, her in-laws want to block her from trademarking her own name. According to legal documents, Chyna is seeking to trademark “Angela Renee Kardashian” for

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Cracking the C.O.D.E.: Tips from MogulCon

Over the weekend we had the pleasure of attending MogulCon 2016 — an exciting two-day experience for female corporate influencers and entrepreneurs, founded by Felicia Phillips and created by The CreateHER Life hosted in Atlanta. The

Fauna Burks is the author of Beautiful Hustle: Confessions of a D Girl and owner of Glow Clothing Store (Photo Credit: Porsha Monique for Steed Media)

How former ‘D Girl’ Fauna Burks turned her life into a ‘Beautiful Hustle’

Detroit-bred Fauna “Ms. Detroit” Burks has a lot to be thankful for nowadays: family, friends, a flourishing business and freedom top her list. But Burks wasn’t always blessed to have her freedom. She became a
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African American women collaborate in Detroit to give youth a better future

Detroit natives, entrepreneurs, and business owners, Danielle Hughes and Desha Jones team up to create the Next Level event. At this event, the youth in the community received information about college and career choices. They

How racist Tomi Lahren played Trevor Noah and Charlamagne tha God

Tom Lahren has become the voice of racist White millennials. The alt-right TV host of “Tomi” on TheBlaze has used her platform to spew racism and hate. Along with being a racist, Lahren isn’t well-informed.

Michael Slager and Walter Scott (Photo Credit: North Charleston Police Department mugshot and still image from evidence in trial)

No surprise as killer cop walks free in Walter Scott shooting

Once again Black America is witness to the spectacle of a cop who killed an unarmed Black man walking free. The trial of North Charleston police officer Michael Slager has ended in a mistrial because

Fumero brings artistic vision to life with ‘Table Series’ mural at Art Basel

Fumero understands the importance of telling the perfect story through street art. So with each creation, he makes it a point to allow colors and figures to express his overall vision. During Art Basel, Fumero

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Author Shunda Brown inspires goalsetters with Scripture-based segments

  Shunda Brown, a proud mother of two adult children and “Grammy” of two baby girls, recently released her book, Do Something New. This compilation of 20 brief chapters is designed to guide readers to become

2017 Grammy nominations reward independence

The 2017 Grammy nominations are here and for the first time in history, the Recording Academy have made streaming only recordings eligible for Grammy consideration. This bodes well for many independent artists across the globe.

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Nick Cannon throws friendly shade at Mariah Carey: ‘It’s all love’

Mariah Carey’s got herself a new boo and it’s safe to say that ex-husband Nick Cannon isn’t feeling it. Shortly after the “Mariah’s World” star, 46, was photographed kissing and goofing off with backup dancer
WASHINGTON DC - DEC 6:  Russell Hornsby, Jovan Adepo, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Mykelti Williamson and Denzel Washington attend a special screening of Paramount Pictures' new movie FENCES at The National Museum of African-American History and Culture on December 6th, 2016 in Washington DC. (Photo by Kris Connor for Paramount Pictures)

Denzel Washington, ‘Fences’ cast attend screening at Smithsonian

A special screening of the upcoming film Fences was held at the National Museum of African-American History and Culture – The Oprah Winfrey Theatre in Washington, DC on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2016. Fences is directed by

HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 30:  Rapper Common performs onstage at AIDS Healthcare Foundations Keep the Promise Concert at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA on November 30, 2016. The concert, which took place on the eve of World AIDS Day, was headlined by Patti LaBelle and Common and honored legendary entertainer and humanitarian Harry Belafonte for his lifetime of charitable work. The concertand a march of thousands down Hollywood Boulevard just beforeraised awareness about HIV/AIDS in an effort to persuade key decision makers in the US and around the globe to keep the promise and commit more funds to HIV/AIDS pre-vention, care and treatment. KTP concerts also took place in Cambodia and Mexico City.  (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for AIDS Healthcare Foundation)

Common, Doug E. Fresh team with Robi Reed for poetry slam contest

The Reed for Hope Foundation has partnered for the third year with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation for the “Keep the Promise” concert on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016, at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood and are launching
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