"It was Thursday, June 16, 1966... Less than a year before, President Lyndon Johnson had signed the Voting Rights Act... Stokely Carmichael was now in Mississippi to ensure that the federal laws... would apply to black sharecroppers living in plantation communities...
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Minneapolis/St. Paul Alumnae Chapter promotes its 18th Annual Literary Luncheon featuring author Hill Harper
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Minneapolis/St. Paul Alumnae Chapter, in partnership with The Givens Foundation for African American Literature will present its 18th Annual Literary Luncheon featuring actor and author Hill Harper.
Crowe portrays Noah in novel adaptation of popular parable
Anybody with even a rudimentary knowledge of the Bible is undoubtedly familiar with the story of Noah and the Ark. That scriptural passage, found in Genesis, revolves around a righteous patriarch recruited by God to build a big boat before the arrival of a flood being meted out as divine punishment for man's many wicked ways.
Nia on Everything from Making Movies to Motherhood
Nia Long "The Single Moms Club" Interview
Stunningly-attractive leading lady Nia Long returned to the big screen last fall in the highly-anticipated sequel The Best Man Holiday where she reunited with original cast mates Taye Diggs, Terrence Howard, Morris Chestnut and Harold Perrineau. Early last year, she joined the all-star cast of Showtime's "House of Lies" alongside Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell.
Black film: Cheryl Mousley, senior film curator, Walker Art Center. Dean Otto, film and video manager, Walker Art Center. Andrew Peterson, executive director, IFP Minnesota. Alaina Lewis, producer and filmmaker. Hassan Hassan, aspiring filmmaker.