Things are heating up on TV One in 2024! On Wednesday, network executives announced a comprehensive slate of new and returning programming across linear and digital platforms for the upcoming year, and we’re excited to share the news! For 20 years, TV One Networks has been an industry leader in the space of representing Black […]
Photo by: David Becker/Getty Images Al B. Sure! discusses his difficult medical journey in his first interview since emerging from a two-month coma. The R&B musician and radio DJ revealed that he had a liver transplant in an interview with Fox 5 New York on Tuesday, December 13. He talked about his path to adopting […]
Rev. Al Sharpton speaks on segregation being practiced legally while popular songs promoting racial and social justice were on the rise – including Aretha Franklin who contributed to the soundtrack of Black women in America.
Tomorrow marks the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington that was keynoted by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. To commemorate and celebrate this historical event, the NAACP will host the 2020 Virtual March on Washington.
During his emotional performance at the memorial service for George Floyd, Ne-Yo made a statement that has sparked controversy.
A powerful conversation that covered policy, health, community, and call to actions.
Many know of the bond James Brown & Al Sharpton share but in an interview with Cathy Hughes, the activist shares that in his quest to make Martin Luther King Jr. a national holiday his hair had to change.