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Sliders To Sloppy Joes: 15 Awesome Recipes For Watching Football
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Thought Rice Krispies Treats couldn’t get any better? Wrong!
Michelle Obama's Tribute To Chance The Rapper Literally Moved Him To Tears
The rapper won the Humanitarian Award at the 2017 BET Awards.
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Solange Honors Activist Tamika D. Mallory, Speaks Out For Victims Of Police Brutality
The Women's March organizer was given the Shine A Light Award at the BET Awards.
Yara Shahidi Honors Tamir Rice In Beautiful BET Award Acceptance Speech
The actress won the YoungStars Award and gave an incredibly touching speech.
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'SNL' Star Leslie Jones Will Bring The Laughs To 2017 BET Awards
"I just want everyone cracking up," the comedian said of her June hosting gig.
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How BET's 'Rebel' Is Reshaping The Narrative For Black Women In Hollywood
"As a black woman in entertainment and acting, there’s not a lot of roles for us,” says star Danielle Moné Truitt.
Tales Of A Former Girl Rapper
"I was the only girl I knew practicing her flow, and internal rhyme, and not just listening to rap but studying it."
Photos From 'Being Mary Jane' Season 4 Premiere
Last night in New York City, BET held the premiere for Season 4 of his Season 4 of BET’s hit series Being Mary Jane, which
BET & Gabrielle Union Reach Settlement In 'Being Mary Jane' Lawsuit
The future is looking brighter for Being Mary Jane. Bet announced today that the two sides have reached a settlement in star
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Why Rutina Wesley's 'Queen Sugar' Character Is So Important To Her
The actress said her black female character is "fully-fleshed out."
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More Than 100 Black Celebrities Gather For Private Townhall On Race
The Game, Kimberly Elise, Nate Parker, Meagan Good and Boris Kodjoe were just a few celebs present.
Teyonah Parris Calls On White Americans To Join The Fight For Racial Justice
“Your voice matters just like ours, but obviously we are stronger together,” the actress said.
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Why the World Needs More BLACK GIRLS ROCK!
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Since the BLACK GIRLS ROCK! awards show began airing on BET in 2011 it has added a new level of awareness to the brand, what it represents as well as its mission and purpose within our community.
The Oscars Highlights POC Exclusion And White Victimology
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This sense of vulnerability to perceived anti-white racism is hard to square with reality. In Hollywood, two straight years of complete exclusion of people of color in the acting categories would seem to make an undeniable case that the system is unfair to people of color, not whites.
Unlocking Opportunities for Video Programmers of Color
The Oscars' failure to recognize Black and Latino talent proves, once again, a troubling fact we know all too well: People of color face persistent challenges in convincing industry gatekeepers to produce, distribute and recognize their work.
Mo'Nique: Hollywood Only Allows One Black Actor To Shine At A Time
Audiences rarely see multiple actors of color receive top accolades, she said.
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Hollywood Is Not The Only Arts Industry With A Race Problem
Artist, activist & intersectional feminist
The conversation around Tonya Pinkins and
desperately needs to be broadened. To an extent, the question of whether Pinkins' decision was "professional" is irrelevant. Activism is inherently unprofessional. Without disruption, there is no activism.
The Oscars Will Remain So White If These 5 Things Don't Change
The first step to fixing the problem is admitting that it exists.
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Retta Says TV's Push For More Diversity Keeps Her Employed
"There's just enough people into the big black girl thing that I can still pay my bills."
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20 Most Memorable Moments In Black Entertainment That Defined 2015
What a time to be alive. *Drake voice*
First Black Cinderella Cast In NC Theater Is Breaking Barriers
This is pure black girl magic.
Young Celie, Desreta Jackson Says Colorism Made Her Leave Hollywood After ‘The Color Purple’
Desreta Jackson is best known for playing the young version of Celie Johnson, opposite Danny Glover, Whoopi Goldberg, and
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Black French Angry Missing Black Hosts on BET France
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When BET chose its first hosts for its French broadcasts, it apparently overlooked the "Black" in Black Entertainment Television. The first two announced hosts, Hedia Hinges and Raphael Yem, come from MTV and are of Arab and Asian heritage.
Wesley Snipes Shares Advice For Darker-Skinned Actors
Don't forget to give your skin some TLC!
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Sanaa Lathan Leans On Fellow Black Actresses For Strength
The star of "The Perfect Guy" counts on her peers to help her through difficult days in the acting business.
"War Room" Has The One Thing Many Christian Films Don't Have -- A Black Cast
“There is an element to the way we tell this story that has power and desperation that would be different if we tried to tell it any other way.”
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