President Donald Trump has outdone himself yet again. In a string of tweets released this morning, he announced that the U.S. military will not allow transgender individuals from enlisting.
They say the next thing to do after you reach the top of the mountain is to reach back and help someone else make it there.
Esperanza Spalding has already won pretty much every award she can in music – including Grammys, an NAACP Image Award, a Boston Music Award and a Soul Train Music Award. Now, she’s hoping to inspire the next generation to do the same.
Breaking News: Hip-hop doesn’t like women.
Rick Ross appeared on The Breakfast Club to dish his thoughts on all the happenings in hip-hop culture. Eventually, the interview took a turn inwards and focused on Rozay and his own MMG label.
Mike Tyson, once considered the most dangerous boxer in the world, opened up about parts of his past many fans were likely unaware of. In an interview with ESPN’s “E:60,” Tyson shared that he was molested as a child and that a man once grabbed him and tried to pull him into a building.
“Well I don’t like to talk about that, I like to keep that where it was in the past, but I was molested as a child,” Tyson said.
Media is constantly evolving and industry titans are all trying different ways to keep up. Some are investing more in video and laying off their staffs by the dozen. Others are abandoning print versions of publications. And a few, like Time Inc., are focusing on their “core” products and selling off the rest.
In an example of one of those “noncore assets,” Time Inc. is looking to sell a majority stake in the Black women’s lifestyle magazine, Essence.
President Trump and conservative supporters have made a habit out of using Chicago, a historically left-wing city, as a prime example of the failures of gun control.
They mention the city’s high murder rates and tragic tales on a regular basis hoping to drive home the point that more guns and police presence will somehow stop the violence. However, looking at the numbers carefully reveals that their efforts may be misdirected.
The police chief in Minneapolis has resigned from her position amid pressures from the city’s mayor. Janeé Harteau’s resignation was made in connection to the shooting death of Justine Damond, formerly known as Justine Ruszczyk, by a police officer who was startled after responding to Damond’s call for help.