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4 Sitcoms From the 90s That Embodied Black Excellence

By BOTWC Staff, Courtesy of The Skanner  These shows changed the game! Recently, we have been experiencing a resurgence of Black television’s heyday. Everyday new and...

On the Latest LA City Hall Scandal

By Jasmyne A. Cannick, Political Analyst  Los Angeles has seen its fair share of political scandals over the decades, but the leaked audio of Los Angeles...
Photo Of Kanye West Wearing Blue and Maroon Hooded Jacket

Kanye may not like books, but hip-hop fosters a love of literature

By A.D. Carson, University of Virginia When Ye – the artist formerly known as Kanye West – stated during a recent podcast that he doesn’t...

bell hooks Will Never Leave Us – She Lives On Through the Truth of...

Karjean Levine/Getty Images Karsonya Wise Whitehead, Loyola University Maryland I was introduced to the work of bell hooks for the first time when I was 14...

Maya Angelou Chosen as Inaugural Coin for American Women Quarters™ Program

Voice & Viewpoint Newswire Poet and author Maya Angelou has been chosen as the figure for the first coin in the American Women Quarters™ Program....