Skip to content

Megan Thee Stallion and G-Eazy just added a little spice to Black History Month. A video is circulating on Twitter showing the two artists hugged up intimately. G-Eazy is sucking Megan’s face, then the camera pans to reveal Megan’s leg wrapped around him. So this happened during the Blackest Of History Months..😂😂😂😂 Do You @theestallion…

Read More

For the first time since Donald Trump’s presidential election win, legendary musician Harold George “Harry” Bellanfanti, Jr., better known as Harry Belafonte, sounds off with his thoughts on the nation’s new leader. Earlier this week, the 89-year-old activist addressed more than 2K people, as they gathered to celebrate Democracy Now!’s 20th anniversary at New York…

Read More

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), recently announced their Around the Globe in a Day initiative, a series of events across the world to commemorate World AIDS Day and continue to spread awareness about HIV and AIDS. The activities will include free concerts in Cambodia, Mexico City and the United States as well as free awareness and…

Read More

“Atlanta has such a rich history of movement and activism when it comes to civil rights. It made quite a lot of sense being that it’s the birthplace of Dr. King’s movement activity to host the Many Rivers to Cross Festival,” says Gina Belafonte, co-director of Sankofa.org and daughter of Harry Belafonte, the brainchild behind the festival. Many Rivers…

Read More

Usher Raymond joined longtime activist and entertainer Harry Belafonte and former CNN reporter Soledad O’Brien Friday evening at Manhattan’s Kaufmann Concert Hall for a dialogue on political activism, entitled “Usher Raymond: Breaking the Chains of Social Injustice.” The singer’s new song, “Chains,” which is dedicated to unarmed Black Americans gunned down without receiving justice, sparked the…

Read More

Actor Harry Belafonte is being honored by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for his humanitarian work. The honorary award will be received by Belafonte at the academy’s Governors Awards on November 8. Though known as the “king of calypso” and having shared the screen with the likes of the gorgeous Dorothy Dandridge, Belafonte…

Read More

Harry Belafonte, 86, was a close friend of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. himself, has come forward saying that says, he has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the three surviving children of one of his late and great friend. According to reports, Belafonte is suing the King family over possession and sale…

Read More

On the “A” w/Souleo  On the surface two major events held this past weekend could not appear to be further apart. Separated by over 200 miles was the Washington, D.C. kickoff to the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and in Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park the Afropunk Festival. The former event was to commemorate a watershed moment in…

Read More

An activist is defined as one who is an especially active, vigorous advocate of a cause—especially a political or social cause. The most celebrated and effective activists of the 20th century were especially devoted to their activism; it was their life’s work. Mr. Belafonte represents the rare celebrity whose life is as much about activism as it is entertaining—perhaps even more so.

Read More

Entertainer/activist Harry Belafonte’s 2012 criticisms of superstar couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s perceived lack of activism have sparked a war of words in the media between he and Jay. The hip-hop superstar fired back at Belafonte, both in song (on Magna Carta Holy Grail’s track “Nickels and Dimes”) and in a recent Life+Times interview, where he defiantly declared that his “presence is charity.”

Read More

Beyoncé may be one of pop’s biggest icons, but she’s not without her detractors. However, it’s safe to say that fan’s of the superstar singer were shocked when acting and singing legend Harry Belafonte recently came out against Beyoncé and her husband, Jay-Z, claiming that they have shirked the social responsibilities. Though Beyoncé is typically…

Read More