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Check out some of her most inspiring quotes. The NAACP Image Awards airs February 11 on TVOne.
While CeCe Winans was visiting the morning show, she took some time to share an inspiring message about this journey we call life. She reminds us that, despite our difficulties, God knows our struggle and he’s with us all the way. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Check out this exclusive video to hear her whole […]
Rickey Smiley was talking to a group of students on about his upbringing and how he overcame the challenges that he overcame to get to where he is today. He explained that he came from a single-parent home in the projects, but despite the circumstances life handed him, he was able to achieve his dreams. […]
Bishop Paul S. Morton decided to share an inspirational word from one of his favorite scriptures, which reminds us not to “get weary in well-doing.” In other words, Bishop urges us not to give up doing what we have to do, because eventually all that hard work will come back to us. Sign Up For […]
Black women have always had a way with words. It's engrained in us, as culturally, across time and space, we have used our words to survive, preserve and thrive.
The 2016 Summer Olympic Games have proven to be a source of inspiration for viewers worldwide. But this year has shown itself to be especially exciting for the black community, as black athletes at the games are cleaning up gold medals left and right for the USA. Beyond the victories, however, Jeff Johnson has 3 […]
I used to believe there were certain things God didn’t want me to write.
Rickey Smiley has a message to those who feel like they’re at rock bottom, at the lowest of the lows. Listen to the audio player to hear…
Breezy has landed another magazine cover.
`Tis the season of giving, and Kendrick is making sure to do just that.
Before she became the first Black woman to win an Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series, she fought to succeed in spite of facing