Google’s Head Of Multicultural Strategy for CS in Media, Daraiha Greene, Talks Tech, Entertainment & Natural Hair
Google's #GirlBoss Daraiha Greene on her mission to integrate tech into entertainment, not being intimidated when she's the youngest, woman of color in the room and how she's navigated working in corporate America with her natural hair.
Radio and TV personality Charlamagne Tha God gets candid about the situations that have made him certain of the fact that “Black Privilege” exists and is readily available for those who are interested in walking in their purpose and living
During the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) the man that every woman wants to call "bae", Kofi Siriboe from "Queen Sugar" gets candid on why representation matters and what actors helped him to believe that there was a place for him in
“Greenleaf” Goes There Season 2; Merle Dandridge On Homosexuality In The Church, Incest, Revenge & Rick Fox
Without giving away too many juicy spoilers, "Greenleaf" star Merle Dandridge gives insight into the mindsets of some of the series most provocative characters which will help the audience to better understand their motives.
The Oscar buzz keeps getting louder for "Moonlight". The coming of age film directed by Barry Jenkins addresses the oftentimes taboo topic of homosexuality in the black community. Actor Andre Holland gets candid about his pivotal role in the film,
"Artists who are relevant today won’t be tomorrow unless someone does the right thing by their character and preserves it in the dialogue of a movie."
Actor Andre Hall gets candid about the six years he spent as a struggling actor sleeping on floors while working as a barista, a waiter and a valet. His resilience paid off and the 31-year-old is now in his fourth
So you want to pitch your reality series to Oprah Winfrey, how do you get into the room? Former VP of Programming & Development at OWN, Endyia Kinney-Sterns, is sharing the '"real behind reality TV". Grab and pen and come
Emmy Award winning actress Melissa McCarthy on the 19 years it took her to be an "overnight success". The "Ghostbusters" star gets candid about how she created her own opportunities and why criticism is really a blessing.
Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon get candid on how they almost gave up before their big break, what Chris Rock and Keenan Thompson think about black women comedians and the pressure to always be funny.
Actress, director and producer Numa Perrier shares invaluable advice for aspiring filmmakers on the importance of creating your own opportunities and getting out of your own way when it comes to following your dreams.
Director Antoine Fuqua gets candid about his humble beginnings as a production assistant. He shares how he's overcome failure as well as what he's doing to blaze a trail for young filmmakers.