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The Humbl Hustlr Foundation awarded three Black male high school students with nearly $2K in scholarship dollars during the 2020 Hustl Print Summer Entrepreneurship Pitch Competition and Vince City community cleanup, which was held at the Russell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The event was sponsored by community-based corporations including Dunkin’ Donuts, State Farm, Atlantic…

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Destiny Payton-Williams is the newest addition to OWN’s marriage-based reality series, “Love & Marriage: Huntsville.” In the current second season, the show focuses on three affluent couples all going through various struggles and stages of Black love. As a newlywed with a brand new baby, Payton-Williams believes the original couples have given her enough examples…

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Hip-pop artist Tron Austin was introduced to music before anything else he can remember. As the son of music royalty, TLC’s Chilli and producer Dallas Austin, his childhood consisted of international tours and studio sessions. After deciding he wanted to pursue his own music career, Tron Austin felt it was important to carve out his…

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Aisha Adams has been busy assisting clients become socially responsible during the recent racially tense climate. While many corporations have found themselves scrambling to connect, Adams has been able to use her background to help her clients connect positively with people of color. Adams partnered with Lenoir-Rhyne University in Asheville, North Carolina, to create the…

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NBC is moving to compete with Hulu, Netflix, etc., with its new streaming service, Peacock. The new service, which launched in the middle of the pandemic, offered consumers a world-class collection of the best live and on-demand programming from NBCUniversal while many people were sheltering in place. Rolling out spoke with Matt Strauss, chairman of…

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Courtney Larisa was cast in the first season of the OWN network’s hit dating series, “Ready to Love.” Larisa joined 12 other single women looking for love with eight eligible Atlanta-based bachelors. Larisa had a brief romance with one of the bachelors on the show but after learning he was manipulating the playing field she…

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A Juneteenth celebration wouldn’t be complete without music and TV One chose the historical weekend during Black music month to premiere the much-anticipated documentary, THE BEAT DON’T STOP, celebrating the DC birthed phenomenon go-go music.  Featuring a host of celebrities, artists, music historians and journalists, including Doug E. Fresh, band members from Junk Yard Band,…

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Researchers are working around the clock to learn more about COVID-19 while attempting to share information in real-time. Rolling out sat down with Calethia Hodges, CEO of Infinite Clinical Trials, to get some real answers about the novel coronavirus compared to the flu. We also asked Hodges to clear up speculation about blood type having…

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