Thursday, October 17, 2019

Charles Tureaud Celebrates

During the late 1700s and early 1800s, Hawaii was sparsely populated. Many people of African ancestry came to Hawaii aboard merchant and whaling ships.

Scholastic Achievers

July 1, 2010 by  
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West Prep High School’s scholastic achievers D’Andre Young GPA: 3.8 “Through my journey and high school days, my mother has always been there for me. She has been a mother, father, friend and counselor. I could not have made it this far without the good in her. I would like to thank her for putting […]

Taraji Henson

From the time she first lit up the big screen in John Singleton’s 2001 drama “Baby Boy,” Taraji Henson has been recognized as one of Hollywood’s most talented up-and-coming actresses. Nearly a decade later, audiences still respond to the role of the fiery girlfriend, Yvette; during last year’s BET Awards, Henson received some of the night’s loudest cheers when co-star Tyrese Gibson joined her to re-enact one of their intense lovers’ quarrels.

Black to Life…For a Healthier You

July 1, 2010 by  
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A native of Detroit, Dr. Timothy Wilson is making history as the first African-American pediatric dentist in Nevada.

Angel Qualls

July 1, 2010 by  
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Miss Black Nevada to compete for national crown Angel Qualls was crowned Miss Black Nevada USA last November and will be in Maryland in August to compete in the national Miss Black USA Pageant. A Chicago native, Qualls came to Las Vegas in search of new opportunities after a lack of money left her unable […]

Michael Speaks

July 1, 2010 by  
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The son of a preacher, Speaks’ first experience performing for audiences was in the gospel choir. However, after a short time — and at a young age — he decided to plant his own flag as an entertainer.

Life and FATHERHOOD

A conversation with Berry Gordy and daughter Sherry

Mumtaz Morris

June 17, 2010 by  
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Son of the legendary Stevie Wonder talks about his dad on Father’s Day. By Kimberly Bailey-Tureaud