January 5, 2023

Applications for Black Broadway Men’s 2023 Playwriting Initiative Now Open

Terence Archie, Sir Brock Warren, James T. Lane, Anthony Wayne, and Isaiah Josiah

November 23, 2022

Jonathan Majors Soars As Jesse Brown, The First African-American Aviator Of The U.S. Navy.

Based on the book “Devotion: An Epic Story of Heroism, Friendship, and Sacrifice”, The movie highlights not only Jesse Browns journey, but his “Devotion” to his position as a pilot, his wife Daisy who helped motivate him every step of the way and his friend, Tom Hudner.  Born in Mississippi to a sharecropper family and enrolled […]

November 10, 2022

The Inaugural Black Men Teach Summit: Celebrating The Half Percent

Earlier this month at the Essence Event Center, Black Men Teach Twin Cities curated, an impactful 2-day event of programming, showcasing and celebrating the importance of black male educators. This conference was built on creating deeper relationships, and inspiring more black men to become educators. The theme “Half percent”, calls attention to the number of […]

October 28, 2022

‘Life After’ Taps Into The Lives Of Twelve Former Athletes and Their Evolution Beyond The NFL

For anyone, working your hardest to accomplish your dream and then feeling lost once you’ve accomplished it can be scary. The dopamine rush from obtaining your dream career, to new business, to new success, suddenly leaves you questioning yourself. “Life After”, produced by Thomas Q. Jones, showcases twelve former athletes and their battle to find […]

October 4, 2022

Scott Mescudi & Kenya Barris Showcase Colors, Complexities & Imagination with “ENTERGALACTIC”

Throughout his years being a multi award-winning, artist, songwriter, producer, actor, as well as ventures in fashion, Scott was determined to forge all of his passions together. Inspired by his “Man on the Moon” series, Scott wanted to create a new aspect of bridging music and visuals together. With three years in the making, Scott serves […]

August 22, 2022

Butcher Shop Specializing In Farm-To-Table Food Opens In Queens

Photos Courtesy of Prince Abou’s Butchery

July 31, 2022

Johnson Season 2, Episode 3: “New Flame” Recap

The scene starts with Keith waiting around awkwardly in a train yard. He’s on the phone with Nancy stating that the artist he’s supposed to shoot is late. Abruptly, pulling up in a loud car is the mentioned artist. They go back and forth about the vision of the photo shoot, but they can not […]

July 20, 2022

Johnson Season 2, Episode 2: “Bigger Man” Recap

The sun rises and the group continues to search for Caleb. Continuing to break down, Omar is exhausted, but Greg reminds him not to lose hope. After stopping in front of Omar’s house, Omar notice’s Caleb’s bike and immediately runs to the porch. He finds Caleb, laying in front of the house, Omar runs to […]

July 16, 2022

Emmy Award-Winning Actor, Tyler James Williams Discusses The Importance Of Validating The Black Male Experience

Appearing on Tiffany Cross earlier today, Emmy Award-Winning – Tyler James Williams sat with Tiffany to discuss his acting history, as well as his Emmy win for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a comedy series, Abbot Elementary. Tyler James plays Gregory Eddie, a wary substitute teacher in Philadelphia, who is going through the twist and turns […]

July 16, 2022

The City of Boston is pledging $1.8 Million to ‘The Office of Black Male Advancement’

A few dozen gathered at the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building conference room for a historic meeting as the city’s Black Men and Boys Commission held its first public listening session and first formal appearance in the organization’s history. Different from other government meetings, where officials would do majority of the speaking, Wednesday’s meeting was focused […]

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