This marks his second Peabody award, another historic honor for the Oscar-winning documentary.
Deemed "Black Woodstock," the historic event "represented a shift in Black culture, consciousness, and expression."
These bodies of work cover a range of significant people, places, and things in Black history.
The steamy performance aired on ABC's Juneteenth: Together We Triumph on June 18.
In collaboration with Verve Records, UMe, and the Nina Simone Charitable Trust, the video aims to raise awareness for The CROWN Act.
Four years after the film's release, Saldana apologized for taking on the role.
One of history’s boldest and groundbreaking women, the legendary songstress and civil rights icon Nina Simone is receiving another honor as her childhood home will now…
Nearly 15-years after her passing, iconic Jazz/Blues singer, Nina Simone, will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Simone, who is known for songs such as…