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Commentary: Black History Month Can’t Forget to Salute Curt Flood
Star centerfielder Curt Flood's actions paved the way for big contracts for current Major Leaguers....


This Day in Black History: March 21, 1986
Debi Thomas became the first Black woman to win the Women's World Figure Skating Championship on Ma...


Commentary: What Nine Words? Viola Davis Makes History Without Making a Sound
Last night's groundbreaking episode of How to Get Away With Murder made viewers proud....


Janet Mock and Jason Collins Celebrate LGBT Pride Month With BET.com
Plus, Monifah, Fly Young Red, Billy Porter and Brittney Griner....


Beyoncé Spotlights Black Heroes for Black History Month
The singer will educate her fans on remarkable yet "unsung" leaders all month long....


Commentary: Do Black Women Need to Learn to Take a Joke?
SNL writer Leslie Jones thinks so....


D.C. National Guard Graduates Its First African-American Female Pilot
The D.C. National Guard made history in graduating its first African-American female pilot First Lt...


This Day in Black History: March 9, 1996
Tina Turner became the spokeswoman for Hanes Hosiery on March 9, 1996....


Feb. 7 Is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
African-Americans are the racial population most impacted by HIV/AIDS....


White House Now Turning to Girls of Color
The White House plans to create a Working Group on Challenges and Opportunities for Women and Girls...


Commentary: What the Heck Happened in the Midterms?
A look at the highs and the many, many lows of Election Day 2014....


The Supreme Price Focuses on Empowering Girls in Nigeria
Joanna Lipper's "The Supreme Price" provides a historical and social context for Nigeria's Pro-Demo...


This Day in Black History: March 4, 1932
Miriam Makeba, renowned South African singer and civil rights activist, was born March 4, 1932....


Health Hero: GirlTrek Walks for Health and Sisterhood
GirlTrek brings Black women together to heal emotionally and physically....


On the Record With…Dr. Robert Gore
Sporting waist-length dreadlocks and colorful tattoos, Brooklyn Dr. Robert Gore is saving lives in ...


This Day in Black History: Sept. 11, 1999
Serena Williams became the second African-American woman to win the U.S. Open title on Sept. 11, 19...


BET Presents: The Message
Hip hop gets a four-part history lesson courtesy of BET....


Nick Cannon Wears $2 Million Loafers on America's Got Talent
The host pulls out major swag for season finale....


Rick Ross Reflects on 50 Cent Beef
Rozay says he had "nothing to lose" in battling Fif....


Transcript: President Obama's State of the Union Address
In his State of the Union address, the president said the economy is stronger than when he took off...

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