The integration of black characters into traditional crime fighting superheroes has always been a controversy worth addressing. This topic has more recently been up for discussion as more actors and actresses have taken on roles to represent the black community… Continue Reading →
Everyone who’s anyone has had the opportunity to be blessed by at least one, if not all, of Kirk Franklin’s new age gospel music. His introduction of modern day gospel music has bridged the gap between traditional gospel and contemporary… Continue Reading →
On January 10th, 2017, the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. trademarked their sorority call, “Skee-Wee.” Click the link below to read the letter in its entirety. You can also view the Certificate & Registration and listen to the trademarked… Continue Reading →
Brijet Finister is from Stockton, California. She attended San Francisco State University where she majored in English Literature where she also joined the Eta Sigma chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. in the Fall of 2011. “I was first… Continue Reading →
Here are the videos for this week’s competition. After viewing the videos, be sure to vote below!
GreekShenanigans3 & ProphytesBeLike Presents the “Stroll of the Week” contest. To enter this contest you must submit videos to @GreekShenanigans3 and @ ProphytesBeLike to review. GS3 & PBL will choose the top four strolls every week for individuals to vote… Continue Reading →
At the 27th Annual NAACP Image Awards in 1995, Grambling State’s longtime football coach Eddie Robinson was recognized by historically black Fraternities and Sororities, once known as the Elite Eight. On this night, Eddie received the Jackie Robinson Sports Award. Eddie… Continue Reading →
Noelle Hughley is a 20-year-old ambitious and cheerful young lady, from Atlanta, Georgia. She attends Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri where she is majoring in Mass Communications with a minor in Non- Profits. Noelle is a member of… Continue Reading →