Soul Train Awards Winners Circle
Day & Night – Mario
Black Love Series: The Kuykendolls
Bruno Mars Just Wants You to Have a Good Time
Rae Sremmurd’s ‘Black Beatles’ Hitting No. 1 Is Not a Sign of a Better America
Rate the Bars With Joe Budden
18 Eggplants That Broke the Internet
Look: TV Salaries Leaked and Black Actors Are Being Screwed
How EJ Johnson Plans to Create His Own Legacy
We Spoke to the Woman Whose Trump-Supporting Boyfriend's Racist Rant Went Viral
North West's Big Style Moments
Down In The DMs: Sevyn Streeter Wants You To Stop Sending D**k Pics
How Do We Explain Trump's Win to Our Kids?
Op-Ed: Trump’s Election Was a Total Dick Move
'This is Our Nation, Now Get the F**k Out': Not the First Time America's Witnessed Hate, Not the Last
Soul Train Awards
BET Presents: Love & Happiness, an Obama Celebration
Soul Train Weekend 2016
SOUL TRAIN AWARDS
LOVE & HAPPINESS, AN OBAMA CELEBRATION
SOUL TRAIN WEEKEND
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The boys were stuck in an orphanage in the Congo for years.
Summary: Jeremy Xido's surprisingly feel-good documentary on the popularity of "death metal" rock music in war-torn Angola.
The fashion icon passed away after a long battle with cancer.
A childcare worker at an orphanage in South Africa has been arrested on suspicion of poisoning 20 children in her care.
Davion Only, 15, who has been an orphan since he was a baby, has dreams of finding a family of his own and went in front of a church to make a plea for someone to adopt him.
Recent cases of corruption, kidnapping, severe abuse and even murder have brought to light the dark side of international adoption. The once-thriving practice has been in decline since the 2004 as a result of these scandals.
Since mid-July, the Seleka rebels of Central African Republic have been accused of killing scores of people, deepening the crisis in the African nation.
The New York City Draft riots began on July 13, 1863.
Pierre Toussaint, noted Haitian-born philanthropist, was born on Jan. 27, 1766.
In her new book released earlier this year entitled "The Kid," Sapphire continues to explore the topic of child abuse through the lens of the character Abdul, or Precious’ son.