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Sister love and sister power grew in Hollywood each and every moment during Alfre Woodard’s 11th annual Sistahs’ Soirée.  The event demonstrated self-love, self-confidence and the importance of collective sister unity. This year’s event, sponsored by Morgan Stanley, was a collection of the most talented women in Hollywood as they celebrated sisterhood and star power.…

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"They've Gotta Have Us"

“They’ve Gotta Have Us,” an in-depth look at Black Hollywood, arrives just in time for Black History Month. Presented by Ava DuVernay’s Array, the three-part documentary series by Simon Frederick begins with the historic win of Moonlight at the 2017 Oscars. From there the series features in-depth interviews and examines Black Hollywood‘s pioneering actors, continuing…

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In the midst of the 2020 celebrity awards ceremonies, Nissan rolled out the all-new 2020 Altima Platinum during the 11th annual African American Film Critics Association Awards. The sixth-generation 2020 Altima was front and center, making a bold statement to a captivated audience of the who’s who in Black Hollywood at Taglyan Complex in Hollywood.…

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Fashionistas flocked to southwest Atlanta for the Cease & Desist Spring/Summer 2019 runway show on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, to celebrate a fusion of styles. Created in 2012, Cease & Desist is a clothing brand that combines the grittiness of the street with high-end fashion has grown significantly nationally and internationally and garnered the attention of popular rappers Future and 2…

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Black Hollywood’s biggest night was held Monday, January 15, on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday in Pasadena, California. The “premiere multicultural awards show” was hosted by TV fave Anthony Anderson and included performances by Common and Andra Day.  The live pre-show from the red carpet was hosted by Terrence J with special correspondent, Tanika…

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Watching the evolution of the Starz network has been fascinating. For many years, it just existed as this throw-in to your cable package that you didn’t really want, but begrudgingly accepted it, because hey, who really turns down free premium channels? (Scans the room, and sees no raised hands.) That paradigm shift by Starz has…

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Last week, Black Hollywood converged in front of city hall in Los Angles to have a conversation with Black Lives Matter organizers about how they can help bring awareness and raise the volume of the cries of the community under attack. Rolling out got a chance to talk to several of them about their feelings. Read what…

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Quincy Newell

Want to get into the entertainment industry, but don’t know where to start? Watch Black Hollywood Live’s episode of “Breaking Into…Film Distribution with Quincy Newell.” Newell uses his journey to offer insight on how to stay ready, tapping into your entrepreneurial spirit (even when you work for others), and what mentorship should look like. Newell is…

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  The African American Film Critics Association annual awards show attracted A-list celebrities this year, including Danny Glover, Jordin Sparks, Omari Hardwick, Salli Richardson, Reggie Hudlin, Nate Parker, Jesse Williams, Holly Robinson-Peete, and David Oyelowo. The African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) is the premiere organization of African American film media professionals. Founded in 2003, AAFCA’s…

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