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The singer partnered up with daughter-in-law/personal fitness trainer.
West Indies native was a multi-talented artist.
Leaders and celebrities celebrate the life and work of Maya Angelou.
Director and choreographer teams up with winners from "So You Think You Can Dance" to get you moving.
Audiences across the country will be making history as they lend their support to openly gay Black filmmaker Lee Daniels.
From Arthur Ashe to Eazy-E, we have lost celebrities from AIDS over the years.
Dancer and choreographer Alvin Ailey was born on Jan. 5, 1931.
NPR host Michele Norris, printed 200 postcards asking people to express their thoughts on race in six words. The result was the Race Card Project.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity founded at Indiana University, choreographer Alvin Ailey born and scientist George Washington Carver dies.
Laurieann Gibson takes us to her old NYC apartment and remembers her first visit to Alvin Ailey.