Happy Juneteenth! As we approach the third year of sacred day being recognized as a federal holiday, we explore what Juneteenth means to us, while honoring our ancestors. See how you can celebrate by clicking the link below.

We started June off strong with our celebration of Black Music Month as we pay homage to Hip Hop’s 50th anniversary and the 15th anniversary of our acclaimed, and beloved music docu-series Unsung! Let’s face it, Black music has long been the soundtrack of the Black experience. Our music enables us to celebrate our stories […]

Celebrate the legends of comedy this Sunday! Watch an all-new episode of #UnsungPresents: Best In Black Comedians, May 7th 9p/8c.

Mario Van Peebles unquestionably broke the paradigm for how African Americans are portrayed in the film business as a whole.

The GOAT has done it again! Serena Williams won the 2022 US Open singles match against Danka Kovini! Congrats Serena!

CONGRATULATIONS to Colin Kaepernick and Nessa Diab for welcoming their first child a few weeks ago 👶🏾!

Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress Mary Alice, best known for her roles as Leticia “Lettie” Bostic on A Different World, Effie Williams in the 1976 musical Sparkle and Rose Maxson in the 1987 production of Fences, has died, Variety reports. She was 85. Alice died Wednesday in her Manhattan home, according to NYPD. However, additional details regarding her death have […]

Photo by: Rich Graessle/Stringer Director Spike Lee and former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick have teamed up to work on a multi-part documentary centering Kaepernick using “never-before-seen” material to “tell his story from his perspective.” The project is in line with Kaepernick’s overall first-look deal with ESPN, which he inked in July 2020. After the contract […]

With over 150 credits under her belt, Loretta Devine has witnessed the ups and downs of the industry; including which director inadvertently contributed to the growth of colorism within the industry.

"NYC Epicenters 9/11 → 2021 ½" is currently in production but will offer an "unprecedented, sweeping portrait of New Yorkers as they rebuild and rebound, from a devastating terrorist attack through the ongoing global pandemic."