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Etta Moten sings for President Roosevelt at a White House Dinner. It is the first time an African American actress performs at the White House in 1934.

Harlem Globetrotters formed in 1927. They are the only sports team to have a star on “Hollywood’s Walk of Fame” and have won more than 22,500 games.

American television personality, Oprah Winfrey, whose syndicated daily talk show is among the most popular was born in Kosciusko, Miss in 1954.

While spending quality time with his sons, Diddy decided to pull a prank on his adopted son, Quincy Brown, who seemed to have a little problem waking up on time.

Though Willow Smith‘s “Whip My Hair” is already 5 months old, an eternity on the internet, the song is still ripe for parody.  CollegeHumor.com brilliantly sends up the song in this new clip, “I Wish My Dad Was Will Smith.”

In 1970, Arthur Ashe, first Black male to win Wimbledon, is denied entry to South African Open due to Ashe’s sentiments on S.Africa’s racial policies.

Check out Jazmine Sullivan talking about her biggest inspiration “Way Black When”.

Professing to be “unbossed and unbought,” Shirley Chisholm was the first black female major-party candidate for President of the United States, and the first black woman to be elected to Congress. Chisholm wasn’t intent on winning the presidency, but was steadfast on challenging conventions and showing Black America that they could aim high. She set […]

Check out Trey Songz talk about one of his biggest influences growing up.

R&B diva Kelly Price reflects on her childhood and what inspired her to write her first song “Way Black When.”