Remembering Dick Gregory

We lost a great soul when we lost Dick Gregory.  Let’s celebrate his life with his TV One episode of Unsung Hollywood.


The Philadelphia Tribune: African American Museum of Phila. celebrates 40 years

Founded in 1976, the African American Museum in Philadelphia is the first cultural institution funded and built by a major municipality to preserve, interpret and exhibit the heritage of African Americans. Throughout its 40-year history, AAMP has remained committed to telling the story of African Americans from pre-Colonial times to the current day.


The Detroit News: Ford group celebrates Black History Month

In recognition of Black History Month, the Ford-Employees African Ancestry Network presented its 36th Annual Black History Month Celebration on Friday at the Henry Hotel in Dearborn. Some 800 guests shelled out $60 for general admission or $150 VIP to enjoy the evening featuring Radio One founder Cathy Hughes as keynote speaker.

Cathy Hughes Debuts First Movie

by: Hamil R. Harris Special to the AFRO February 25, 2017 After transforming a Washington, D.C. AM radio station into a multi-million-dollar empire, Radio One and TV One founder Cathy Hughes is branching out into movie making. “I feel that God has truly blessed me to be learning a new craft at this age,” said…


Brian White of ‘Scandal’ Takes Lead in New TV One Film ‘Media’

Brian White launched his acting career playing the role of Jason in “The Matchmaker” in 1997, graduating to the role of Omar in BET’s hit show, “The Parkers.” Brian White went on to star in the movies “Stomp The Yard,” “The Cabin In The Woods,” and ABC’s show “Scandal.” Now, White takes on a new…