Wednesday Wonder Woman: Maisha Rush


Maisha Rush is a married mother of nine, serial entrepreneur, coach, blogger, and motivational speaker. She is the co-owner (along with her husband) and lead consultant of Rush Consulting, which offers resume building, job leads and staffing, small business start-up Read more

My Favorite 3 Moments From the VMAs


The VMA’s had many twists last night. Some performances gave us life, some-well we were expecting a little more, but the 3 things I enjoyed the most were: Beyonce’s performance: I mean- of course we all were waiting for it, Read more

Meet Blake Simons, The Black Man Behind the #BlackMenSupportLeslie Hashtag


If you have been following celeb news, you know that hackers posted private photos of Leslie Jones online this week. This occurred only weeks after Jones was attacked online by trolls, making racists comments and threats for her role in Read more

Happy Women’s Equality Day AND Happy Birthday to Katherine Johnson!!!


2000 steps. 120 miles. 5 honorary degrees. 4 great-grandchildren. These are some of the numbers that have defined Katherine Johnson’s legacy. And today is her 98th birthday. Katherine Johnson played by Taraji P. Henson in 20th Century Fox’s highly anticipated new film, HIDDEN Read more

If One More Person Asks What About Uplifting the Black Woman….  


If one more person asks what about uplifting the Black woman, well- nothing much would happen but I would continue writing this Uplift the Black Man issue. Not because uplifting the Black woman is not needed or equally important, but Read more

Reports Say Usain Bolts Donates Big To His Alma Mater


It has been reported that after winning his three gold medals in the 2016 Olympics, Usain Bolt has donated all of his earned $20 million dollars to his old high school, William Knibb Memorial in Falmouth, Jamaica to help the Read more

Martin Lawrence’s Showtime Special “Doin Time: Uncut” Premiering Next Month 


If you grew up watching Martin on a Thursday night, you know it’s only right that we report this news on a Thursday! Martin Lawrence is hosting his first televised special in 14 years, “Doing Time:Uncut”on Showtime. Showtime announced the Read more

Black & Winning in Entertainment News This Week 


It’s been a busy week in entertainment news. We’ve read so much good news, we just wanted to recap.  Aisha Hinds, known for her roles in “All The Way” and “Under the Dome”, is set to play the legendary Harriet Read more

4 Reasons Why I Value the Strong Black Men In My Life

Single life is the worse. As a Libra woman, it is declared that I am purposed for companionship, but much like the rest of life there is no clear black and white as to who with, and to be honest Read more

Legal Officials Say Counterfeit Fentanyl in Prince’s Death Could Lead To Charges, But For Whom? 

By AMY FORLITI and MICHAEL TARM MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The disclosure that some pills found at Prince’s Paisley Park home and studio were counterfeit and contained the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl strongly suggests the pills came to the superstar musician Read more

Start Your Week Off Right: 35 Affirmations To Change Your Life

When I first began my inner peace journey, I began with affirmations and much reading. I used affirmations to change my thought process. The word “affirmation” derives from the Latin word, affirmare, originally meaning “to make steady, strengthen.”  Through repetition Read more

Body Talk: How To Listen To Your Body 

Do you listen to your body? Tune into the way your body talks to you. It is telling you a variety of things like whether you are:  -getting enough rest and sleep -eating properly -being active enough or too little Too Read more

Let’s Not Forget Principles Like Nadia Lopez Exist This School Year 

Fretting over that back to school time of the year? Maybe your child will have a principle like Nadia Lopez? Or are you a faculty of staff member wondering if you are making a difference, be inspired by Nadia Lopez. Read more

3 Things Black Men Can Do To Cut Risk Of Diabetes 


Black America Web published a post today entitled “5 Things Every Black Man Should Do To Cut His Diabetes Risk”. After the reading, it seemed like it could be summed up in three points. Here goes… Education- Black men can Read more

King Family Asks For Suite Over Dad’s Belongings Be Dismissed


After years of arguing, the King family has finally asked for their suite about Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.’s belongings be dismissed.   The three siblings, Martin Luther King III, Dexter King, and Bernice King, have been torn over King’s Nobel Read more

Donnell Thompson, 3rd Unarmed Man Killed in Two Weeks


Donnell Thompson is the third unarmed man in two weeks to be involved in a police shooting. Thompson was shot and killed by Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department on July 28th as they were pursuing a carjacker. When the carjacker fled Read more

5 Life Hacks For Productivity

At this point, we all should have adapted to the fact that we can be busy and but not necessarily productive, which means we are investing time into situations, with little to no real outcome. This can lead to imbalance Read more

HBCU Coalition Calls For National Symposium On Gun Violence


More than 30 HBCU (Historically Black College and University) presidents have come together to form a coalition calling for the first ever HBCU National Symposium on gun violence. The call to action comes after a heated summer of police killings Read more

RECAP: Regina Belle, Dottie Peoples, Kevin Lemons, Dorothy Norwood, $10,000 Giveaway All By The Atlanta Gospel Special

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Go Getter Inc. and HC Productions proudly presented the Atlanta Gospel Special last night on Thursday, July 28, 2016. Taped for LIVE Television for Day Star Television, a $10,000.00 check was presented by Go Getter and HC Productions to the evening’s Read more