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“Free Angela” Premiere in Harlem

At the red carpet premiere of “Free Angela and All Political Prisoners” at Harlem’s Schomburg, celebrities and guests from all walks of life came to support the documentary of the year. Directed by Shola Lynch, the film first debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival and finally was released to the …

First Class with Singer Miesa

Says Her Bible and Teddy are Must Haves on the Road by Staff Rising star Miesa is celebrating the release of her new single, “Antidote.” Born in New Jersey and nurtured in music, the singer comes from a family of musicians. She says her father, who is Filipino, joined the …

IamPopula Defines Individuality

By Brittney M. Walker Brooklyn is known for its rich culture, heavy Indie infused Hip Hop, and fine, gourmet music flavors. Here is where anyone in the world could find a diverse mixture of sounds, faces, and styles. Artists call this place home, the hub of creativity, the place where …

Heroes with a Black Face – Part 2

The future of the comic book industry By Brittney M. Walker All print media is rapidly changing. Distributors, publishers, and newspapers are divorcing hard copy prints for digital media. Comic books are only forced to go the same direction. A greater challenge (or advantage), however, is that Black comic book …

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