Cardi B is in the news again, but this time for her former 2018 strip club fight. She took to Instagram to show pictures of her sitting and later leaving court. But the media maven was sure to mention that “the past doesn’t define her”. Puuuurrrrrr pic.twitter.com/Ef6W6uBhze — Cardi B (@iamcardib) September 15, 2022 Cardi […]
21 Savage wants people to understand the real him. The rapper took to Twitter to demand people in Atlanta stop killing each other. “Atlanta, we have to do better,” the rapper wrote on Twitter. “Put the f——- guns down !!!!!” The comment section was full of 21 Savage’s lyrics, heavily-filled with references to gun violence. […]
Kandi Burruss is giving back to the community she grew up in. On July 30, the entrepreneur and entertainer hosted a back-to-school giveaway for over 500 students in East Point, Georgia, sponsored by her foundation, Kandi Cares and Goodr, Nouveaux and Garner law firm. After the event, Burruss spoke to rolling out about her foundation […]
Dr. Markey Pierré’s lifetime commitment to professional excellence, community service, and good public policy has led to substantive progress for the State of Louisiana in many areas, including K-12 and higher education, construction, health care, maritime law, and municipal government. During her 20-plus-year career as a successful business owner and executive, author, motivational speaker, lobbyist, […]
100 Black Men of Chicago, Co-Chairs Ashton Clark and Adarious Payton discuss the 100 Black Men’s upcoming Toy Drive and Holiday Party December 13th Chicago House of Blues
Chrystal Ratcliffe is the president of the Greater Indianapolis NAACP branch #3053 and a member of the NAACP Indiana State Executive Committee. She is a retired United Auto Worker activist and has spent the last 26 years in leadership roles that demonstrate her strong passion for labor rights and civil rights. In February 2021, she […]
Michael Thomas of the New York Giants purports to be a great husband to his wife Gloria and father to his daughter Genesis when he isn’t playing football or giving back to his Houston hometown.
By Ron Busby A crying need. A germ of an idea. A determination to make a difference. These are the elements that led to the 2009 founding of the U.S. Black Chambers Inc. Despite meager startup capital and few business relationships in Washington, D.C., it wasn’t long before power players in the district took notice […]
Each year Girls Scouts around the country set out to sell the irresistible Samoas, Trefoils, Thin Mints and more. We love to see the younger generation turning on their entrepreneurial spirits for a good cause. One young Girl Scout turned to the help of social media and Cardi B to help boost her sales. Kiki Paschall made a […]
Based in Atlanta, Classy Living Society did it again with their 5th annual Red Dress gala. Classy Living Society, a volunteer organization, celebrated their fifth year as a community staple. The organization, which is powered by women, was founded by LaShanda Pitts. Classy Living Society was birthed with one mission: to ignite change in the […]
Atlanta is a tale of two cities. Yes, Atlanta is known for its glory and successes, but there is another side that few people ever think about – a side where the hopes, dreams and aspirations of many have seemed to dissolve, leaving them with little more than the clothes on their back. While Atlantans […]
When beauty is the subject matter, most will correlate skin, hair, and fashion with it. Nonetheless, one important aspect of beauty is often overlooked; teeth. Dental hygiene is one of the most important habits you should have, as it’s good for your overall health, not just the beauty aspect. Dentist and owner of 28 to […]
Rolling out provides information to the multicultural community that allows its members to benefit from that access. We strive to create an environment in which community leaders, the business community, and creative groups can work together for the greater good. Having valuable partners like AT&T, Morgan Stanley and Toyota enriches the community in many ways. AT&T […]
Committed to the development and enrichment of typically underserved communities, UAW-Ford has been and continues to be diligent in its efforts to give back to the community. In honor of Black History Month, UAW-Ford continued its community service initiative by debuting its poetry and writing contest for students ages 8-18. Children of active and retired UAW-Ford […]
One sad thing that has constantly been said about the Black community is that we have the “crabs in a bucket” mentality. Meaning, we will go out of our way to ensure the person next to us doesn’t succeed in hopes that it will somehow make us more successful. One entrepreneur David Shands is changing that stereotype and […]
Over the weekend, rapper Rick Ross made a surprise visit to a Southern Crescent Habitat For Humanity’s first Fayette County project, to get more involved with the organization. Ross is currently involved with community initiatives in Miami, New Orleans, and Memphis, Tennessee. He has decided to expand his charitable work with Southern Crescent Habitat For Humanity, which serves the community where he resides, Fayette […]
The “Blow The Whistle” rapper opted for the three months because he didn’t want to spend another three years being monitored and reporting to a probation officer.
In June of this year, 50 Cent was charged with five criminal counts after allegedly kicking his baby mama, Daphne Joy, and destroying some of her property in Los Angeles. He was charged with one count of misdemeanor domestic violence and four counts of misdemeanor vandalism for damaging $7,100 worth of her property. He then […]
R&B singer Chris Brown has had his probation reinstated and the Grammy winner has been slapped with more community service after he was involved in alleged hit-and-run accident back in May.
Bryan Norwood has resigned as chief of police in Richmond, Va.