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Black Woman-Owned Coffee Company Makes Trader Joe’s History

Led by CEO and founder Margaret Nyamumbo, Kahawa 1893 is available at all of the grocer's California…

Oregon Among First States To Make Juneteenth A Holiday

The Pacific state plans to officially begin observing the holiday starting June 19, 2022.

Journalist Riley Wallace Aims To Spotlight Hip-Hop Producers With New Book

"Since the beginning, I've always been obsessed with knowing who produced what—and how they did it."

Nipsey Hussle To Receive Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

The late rapper joins a list of honorees that includes Michael B. Jordan, Regina King, Tracee Ellis Ross…

Cordae Launches HBCU Scholarships In Partnership With Disney And ESPN’s ‘The Undefeated’

"I feel as though when you're in such a blessed position, it's important to pay that forward to be a blessing…

Will Smith To Host His First-Ever Comedy Special On Netflix

The special will feature celebrity guests, musical performances, comedic sketches and noteworthy…

Moneybagg Yo, City Girls, Jazmine Sullivan, And More Join BET Awards 2021 Performance Lineup

"This year's show marks many firsts–including the highest number of performers in 21 years of BET Awards; and…

New Details Emerge In YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Federal Gun Case

The incarcerated rap star's legal team have filed motion for the rapper's immediate release pending trial.

Joe Biden Signs Bill To Make Juneteenth A Federal Holiday

"Making Juneteenth a federal holiday is a major step forward to recognize the wrongs of the past."