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Tracee Ellis Ross Explains Importance of Natural Hair on Network TV
"You hire me, you hire my hair and you hire my a**," she says....


Commentary: Why I’m Not Moving Out of Shondaland
In defense of tuning in every Thursday night....


Golden Brooks: 'I Will Be the Al Sharpton for the Image of Black Women'
The actress sounds off on the unfair treatment of African-Americans in Hollywood....


Commentary: Black Women Are the Stars of Fall Television
The road to greater visibility for African-American actresses on TV hasn't been easy....


TV Reporter Blames Anti-Cop Sentiment on Fatherless Black Men
Sean Bergin blames Black men "growing up without fathers" for anti-police sentiment....


This Day in Black History: Sept. 29, 1975
WGPR, the nation's first Black-operated television station, went on air on Sept. 29, 1975....


Commentary: Another Terrible Black Reality Show Comes to Television
Shawty Lo's new reality show on Oxygen, "All My Babies’ Mamas," is the latest example of neo-minstr...


The Queen Latifah Show Comes to BET
Queen Latifah's show is coming to BET....


This Day in Black History: Sept. 27, 1936
Don Cornelius was born on Sept. 27, 1936, in Chicago....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 27, 1922
The actress Ruby Dee was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on Oct. 27, 1922....


Win $1000 With BET's Christmas Cash Out Sweepstakes
We're giving out cash money!...


Scripted Black Television Is on the Rise
African-Americans on the small screen could be headed in a positive direction....


The Death of the Black Child TV Star
Are the glory days of this adorable archetype long gone?...


BET Nabs 18 NAACP Image Award Nominations
The network gets recognized for its outstanding series....


BET Amps Up Mega Specials for 15th Anniversary of BET Awards
BET Networks is pleased to announce the return of its acclaimed music mega-specials for 2015....


Commentary: The Oscars Are So White That...
Hollywood seems to reject Black actors when they play strong African-American figures....


Being Mary Jane Love Yourself Sweepstakes Rules and Regulations
Learn about the Being Mary Jane Love Yourself Sweeps now!...


Commentary: Why Is ESPN Focusing Its TV Cameras on the N-Word Now?
ESPN is tardy in addressing an epithet that carries the historical baggage of hatred....


Watching TV Lowers Self-Esteem in Black Children
Researchers say that Black men and boys are often criminalized on TV, which can affect their feelin...


Melanie Fiona Opens for Beyonce, Pharrell Williams Speaks at Genius Talks and Fruitevalle Station Premieres at The Experience
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