Author: DeRochelle Coleman
Nike guests reflect on Kaepernick support Guests show support for Nike's Colin Kaepernick advert at New York event, while David Hollander from NYU Tisch Institute for Global Sport reveals the strategy behind the decision.
LeBron: African-American women 'are most powerful women in the world' LeBron James showered praise on his mother, daughter and all African-American women as he was honored with the Icon 360 Award at Harlem's Fashion Row.
'Cosby' actor speaks out after being job-shamed Geoffrey Owens, who played Elvin Tibideaux on "The Cosby Show" from 1985 to 1992, speaks out after being job-shamed online and blames news organizations for taking advantage of "seeing the exalted fallen."
Video shows emotional win over 10-term lawmaker A friend captured the moment Boston city councilor Ayanna Pressley won the Massachusetts primary for the US House, unseating 10-term Democratic Rep. Mike Capuano.
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Boycott Season Hits Nike, The New Yorker and Ryan Gosling Boycotters are out in full force in response to Nike featuring Colin Kaepernick in an ad campaign, The New Yorker scheduling Steve Bannon as one of its festival headliners, and a new Ryan Gosling movie they say neglects the American flag.
Tamia Talks New Album, "Passion Like Fire" R&B Singer Tamia joins The Steve Harvey Morning Show to celebrate 20 years in the music business with the release of her new single, "Leave It Smokin'" off her upcoming album, "Passion Like Fire."
Amazon Alexa now wants you to go hands-free in a car Columnist Marc Saltzman reviews one of the hands-free driving options, Alexa in a car.
Black Lives Matter activists crash police officer's wedding The protesters say the officer was involved in the shooting of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man who was shot eight times in his grandmother's yard.
Virginia declares state of emergency ahead of Charlottesville anniversary The group behind last year’s "Unite the Right" rally are organizing a second event on the one-year anniversary of the rally, which left one counter-protester dead.