Based on the hit gospel play SHE’S NOT OUR SISTER, this limited series brings back Kellita Smith, Azur-De Johnson, Drew Sidora, Christian Keys and the addition of Jackee Harry. “Daddy Issues”
When the star player for the Angel's Soccer Team is injured Coach Carter (Reginald VelJohnson) decides to play the water girl, McKenzie Adams (Taylor Faye Ruffin). After embarrassing herself in front of the entire school, her luck changes when she meets an Angel that grants her three wishes. Unable to keep it a secret, she takes her little Brother Josh (Tyler Humphrey) and their dog Zeus on a whirlwind of fun and adventure.
Exhale’s Co-Host, Issa Rae is featured on May issue cover of Essence Magazine, along with four other “Game Changers” of Hollywood. Congratulations to ASPiRE’s talented, hard-working co-host!
Enjoy a uniquely curated, 5-star immersion into Napa Valley culture with private vineyard tours, wine tasting, golf, yoga, live music, spa, comedy and culinary delights prepared by renowned chefs. Be entertained, inspired and enlightened.
The Navy Reserve will mark its centennial anniversary on Tuesday, March 3rd with a series of events starting in Washington DC and continuing at installations around the country during the year. The events will highlight the history of the Navy Reserve and the remarkable contributions Reserve Sailors have made to the nation’s security.
United Athletes Foundation (UAF) partnered with Microsoft Supplier Diversity to launch the BE U Hackathon Event from November 12-14, 2014 at Microsoft’s Redmond, WA campus. This Windows App Hackathon Finals' event brought together twelve finalist collegiate teams, comprised of talented students of diversity from around the country.
Our very own Issa Rae is releasing her story on being an introvert in a world that glorifies cool isn’t easy with her new book "The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl" set to release on February 10th, 2015.
It's time to acknowledge that the conversations about the police that happen in black homes are often very different than they are in white ones. It's time to acknowledge that this reality stems from the all too frequent unjust treatment black people suffer during interactions with the police and how the police perceive black people.