“The Book of Clarence” is at once a modern classic; a cinematic gem that seamlessly blends the ancient and the contemporary, delivering a unique take on the biblical epic genre.
In Cord Jefferson’s directorial debut, “American Fiction” takes audiences on a thought-provoking journey through the complexities of the publishing and entertainment worlds and the persistent demand for stereotypical narratives.
How many of us have heard of Juneteenth, or celebrated it until the past 5 to 10 years? Juneteenth is significant holiday for individuals of African decent or Black American.
Power Book II: Ghost is back to kick of its third season. After a long wait, fans of the series are in for a thrill of unexpected twists.
A black family portrayed in an animated show voiced by an all-black cast is not something you come across often.
My time at the star-studded Black Aids Institute’s annual Heroes in the Struggle Gala was all that it was promised to be – a poignant night of great food, entertainment and most importantly, activism.