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Sasha Obama was noticeably absent during President Obama's final speech on Tuesday. According to reports, she was studying for an exam.

Black television has long reflected a wide diversity of Black America's stories -- from the college students at Hillman, to the family matters in Carl Winslow's house and the hard struggles Florida and James Evans endured living in project housing.

Amid the #OscarsSoWhite controversy and mounting dialogue around diverse representation, the impact of Black Americans, particularly Black women, in entertainment and film is suddenly up for debate. We're here to remind the world.

Sanaa Lathan gave her candid opinions about the way Black actors are regarded in Hollywood.

Many are hoping that Selma director Ava DuVernay, who was passed over for an Oscar nomination this year, will win Outstanding Directing in a Motion…

Porscha Coleman is all in our face and we like it. The L.A. based multi-hyphenate has embarked on a new endeavor as an on-air personality…

“Cloud Atlas” is an ambitious, 3-hour epic based on the novel by British author David Mitchel. In the film audiences follow the lives of several…

The African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) will honor the special achievements of iconic filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles, film legend Lena Horne and veteran film journalist Roger Ebert, with 2010 AAFCA Awards at its second live ceremony on Monday, December 13, 2010, at the legendary Ebony Repertory Theatre in Los Angeles. AAFCA is the film industry’s […]