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Malcolm X forever: From the pain of the past to present-day solutions

By DeWayne Rogers / May 21, 2015

America’s reckoning: Rage, reactions and the burning of Baltimore

By Stereo Williams / May 7, 2015

Comedian Kevin Hart and social media superstars you can bet on

By Rolling Out / April 9, 2015

Race, reality and respectability: The rise of an ‘Empire’

By Stereo Williams / March 26, 2015

Mekhi Phifer on futurism, fatherhood and finding a balance

By Stereo Williams / March 19, 2015

President Obama and the next movement after #Selma50

By A.R. Shaw / March 12, 2015

Laz Alonso: TV’s sexiest tough guy

By Rolling Out / March 5, 2015

Why Kanye West owns 2015

By A.R. Shaw / February 26, 2015

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater dancers making their dreams come true

By Stereo Williams / February 19, 2015

The softer side of Kenya Moore

By Rolling Out / February 13, 2015

Jazmine Sullivan is focused on her music, not fame

By Munson Steed / February 4, 2015

Erica Mena on marrying Bow Wow, bedroom desires, and the new season of ‘Love & Hip Hop’

By A.R. Shaw / January 29, 2015

Kevin Hart: Why the funniest man in America just won't stop

By A.R. Shaw / January 15, 2015

Common talks 'Selma,' God, and the evolution of hip-hop

By Stereo Williams / January 8, 2015

Chris Rock is tired of waiting on White Hollywood

By Stereo Williams / December 11, 2014

‘Annie’s’ Quvenzhané Wallis on family, faith, and joking around with Jamie Foxx

By Stereo Williams / December 4, 2014

Cedric the Entertainer gets serious

By Stereo Williams / December 4, 2014

VaShawn Mitchell is ‘becoming the best me I can be’

By Yvette Caslin / November 27, 2014

Big K.R.I.T. proclaims himself ‘King of the South’

By A.R. Shaw / November 20, 2014

The 2014 Soul Train Music Awards

By DeWayne Rogers / November 13, 2014