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When first lady Michelle Obama spoke onstage alongside the M.A.D. Girls; Kaya Thomas, Chental-Soing Bembry and Gabrielle Jordan, it was apparent the young girls were elated. After all, they graced the white carpet, had their pictures taken by the press, were in the midst of celebs like Ciara, Willow Smith, Erykah Badu, Regina King and…

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BLACK GIRLS ROCK!™ celebrates its fifth year honoring the triumphs of inspirational Black women who are trailblazers in the areas of art, philanthropy, sports and community service. Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King are back as hosts. BET Networks and BLACK GIRLS ROCK!™ Inc. are honored to welcome first lady Michelle Obama to her first…

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Black Girls Rock brought out many of the phenomenal black women in the industry to celebrate the strides made this year. While Keke Palmer, Skylar Diggins and La La Anthony started snapping photos before they hit the red carpet, Kelly Rowland, Tatyana Ali, and Jennifer Hudson were among the fiercest ladies to grace the pink…

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(Janet Jackson makes sure her dookie braids are on point in Poetic Justice. I wonder if she knew what she would inspire…) Kendric Lamar has brought back to life a trend starting small fires everywhere. [Hook x2: Kendrick Lamar] You can get it, you can get it You can get it, you can get it…

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    Chevrolet partnered with Black Girls Rock! for another year to support brilliant and beautiful women of color who bring their best to the music culture. Founded by celebrity DJ and philanthropist, Beverly Bond, BLACK GIRLS ROCK! is dedicated to promoting positive images of women of color in mass media and is a 501(c)(3)…

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If you wanted to rub shoulders with the hottest entertainers of color, then you should have been at “Black Girls Rock” 2012. The Awards show, which honors achievers and women of color hosted some of Hollywood’s most fabulous stars, including show hostesses Regina King and Tracee Ellis Ross. Black Girls Rockwas founded by DJ Beverly…

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I think about Black Girls Rock and the whole concept of the power behind the music and rock ‘n’ roll and the women entertainers who are the embodiment of current day womanhood, and think about those who have provided inspiration for generations to follow. And when I do, rivulets of tears run from my eyes…

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