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  • Saturday, 11 January 2020 16:42
  • Brianna Rhodes

Colin Kaepernick and Nessa Diab thegrio.comColin Kaepernick and Nessa Diab thegrio.comNessa Diab continues to be vocal in her defense of her longtime boyfriend Colin Kaepernick (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue)

  • Saturday, 11 January 2020 15:50
  • Brianna Rhodes

Beyonce thegrio.comBeyonce thegrio.comBeyoncé has revealed the highly anticipated Ivy ParkxAdidas Spring 2020 line (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images) After announcing her new IVY PARK x Adidas collaboration in Elle Magazine in December, Beyoncé has finally revealed what fans can expect from her collection. Earlier this week, the icon dropped a series of Instagram posts and a teaser video previewing the items that will be for purchase when the line drops on January 18th.

  • Friday, 10 January 2020 21:04
  • Dawn Onley

Lil RelLil RelLOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 21: Actor/comedian Lil Rel Howery attends the screening of HBO's "Lil Rel Howery: Live In Crenshaw" at NeueHouse Hollywood on November 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

  • Friday, 10 January 2020 20:58
  • Blue Telusma

Jillian Michaels (Getty Images) This week, fitness expert and personal trainer Jillian Michaels is facing a ton of well-deserved backlash after she went on a publicity tour telling anyone who would listen how much it annoys her that fat women are now being allowed to like themselves. The foolishness first kicked off Tuesday, when Michaels appeared on The Wendy Williams Show, and smugly explained why she’s not a fan of the body positivity movement’s growing popularity.

  • Friday, 10 January 2020 19:56
  • Dawn Onley

Nominations for the 51st annual NAACP Image Awards were unveiled and the “Entertainer of the Year” category, includes Angela Bassett, Billy Porter, Lizzo, Regina King and Tyler Perry.

  • Friday, 10 January 2020 17:12
  • Ryann Richardson

Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Miss Black America Ryann Richardson with presidential candidate and former mayor Pete Buttigieg.

  • Thursday, 09 January 2020 22:46
  • theGrio

Lawyer, nonprofit leader, and activist Mondaire Jones is in the running to become the next Democrat to represent New York state’s 17th Congressional District. Jones — who grew up in Rockland County, about 30 minutes north of New York City —  is very proud to be running a campaign in his area and determined to create policies that will benefit the community. If elected, he will be the first openly Black gay Congressman. READ MORE: Julian Castro’s exit is latest blow to diversity of 2020 presidential candidate fieldhttps://mondaireforcongress.com/During an interview with theGrio, Jones, a Democrat, revealed that because he was Black, gay, and from a low-income household, he never thought he would make it to the House of Representatives.

  • Thursday, 09 January 2020 22:46
  • theGrio

Lawyer, nonprofit leader, and activist Mondaire Jones is in the running to become the next Democrat to represent New York state’s 17th Congressional District. Jones — who grew up in Rockland County, about 30 minutes north of New York City —  is very proud to be running a campaign in his area and determined to create policies that will benefit the community. If elected, he will be the first openly Black gay Congressman. READ MORE: Julian Castro’s exit is latest blow to diversity of 2020 presidential candidate fieldhttps://mondaireforcongress.com/During an interview with theGrio, Jones, a Democrat, revealed that because he was Black, gay, and from a low-income household, he never thought he would make it to the House of Representatives.

  • Thursday, 09 January 2020 21:19
  • Blue Telusma

Lil Nas X performs on stage during Internet Live By BuzzFeed at Webster Hall on July 25, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for BuzzFeed)Lil Nas X performs on stage during Internet Live By BuzzFeed at Webster Hall on July 25, 2019 in New York City.

  • Thursday, 09 January 2020 16:16
  • Dawn Onley

Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants people of color to also benefit from the recreational adult-use marijuana industry. On Monday, Lightfoot said up to $15 million that is generated by tax-increment financing could serve as seed money for Black and brown Chicago residents to learn the business and “buy into” a city plan to open a “cooperative cultivation center,” according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Most importantly, the money could help minorities overcome their largest hurdle to getting involved in the industry: capital.

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