Brittany “Luscious Barbie” Criswell is a native of Dallas, TX, where she has built a large hometown fanbase by conquering the media scene. Luscious is a comedian, actress, producer, social […]
Black Men, Toxic Masculinity and Its Casualties
The expectations for Black men can carry a hefty weight, having a detrimental effect on not just them, but those they love. What is the measure of this pressure, and […]
Black Maternal Health Week Panel Highlights Priority Legislation
Women in the United States die at a higher rate from pregnancy related causes than any other high-income nations — between two to five times higher than countries like Germany or France, according to the Commonwealth Fund.
Organic Hemp Brand GOODEKIND Celebrates Range of New Products on April 20th
The minority and woman-owned business recently debuted its new Delta 9 products along with new hand made pipes.
African American Museum, Dallas to Present An Evening With Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra
The famed orchestra is one of the nation’s oldest contemporary majority African-American community orchestras; its mission is to showcase Black artists and composers while setting an example to the Black […]
The World Premiere of Marvel Avengers Station: Evolution Opens This Summer in North Texas
Be the first to experience the Evolution! Register now for first access to tickets before they go on sale to the general public www.avengersstationdallas.com DALLAS – Cityneon and Paquin Entertainment Group have […]
Mama2Mama: Dennice Johnson Makes Major Moves with Hyphen
This episode’s guest is literally changing the game of concierge moving with her company Hyphen. As the Founder and CEO, Dennice Johnson oversees various logistics and clientele like Carlos Dunlap, Chris Banjo, and Micha Parsons, just to name a few.
The Black Community and COVID: A Complicated Tale
The Black Community has had a rocky relationship with COVID and misinformation. Have things improved? According to recent data by KFF, only 10% of the African American community is vaccinated. […]