Sidney Poitier Leaves Behind a Legacy That Will Live on Forever

Sidney Poitier Leaves Behind a Legacy That Will Live on Forever

Sidney Poitier was not just a famous Hollywood actor with a dashing presence who swooned many women of different ages and races, he was also a civil rights activist and philanthropist who supported worthy causes related to fighting diseases and promoting higher education. Born two months premature on Feb. 20, 1927, in Miami Florida, Poitier […]

Maya Angelou Continues Making History in Death

Maya Angelou Continues Making History in Death

Black history continues as Maya Angelou, acclaimed writer and civil rights activist, becomes the first Black woman to appear on the U.S. quarter. Throughout her lifetime, Angelou overcame tremendous traumas, contributed greatly to civil rights matters, and received many awards and accolades, but being the first Black woman to be featured on U.S. currency is […]

‘Friday’ Actors Getting Fair Pay

‘Friday’ Actors Getting Fair Pay

Recently, the internet had been buzzing with rumors that actors in the movie “Friday” were not getting fair pay. The 1995 blockbuster film had a budget of nearly $3 million, and many actors in the film were paid according to scale. In the original “Friday”, Faizon Love played the character “Big Worm”, the neighborhood dope […]

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