Today is World AIDS Day. I would have never thought that out of all the actors in Hollywood, an announcement by Charlie Sheen would’ve meant anything to me at all. Aside from his surprising comedic talent during his tenure on Two and a Half Men, I otherwise knew Sheen as a notorious, reckless, non-stop party man-child. But when he announced on the Today show, to … Continue reading Should We Care About Charlie Sheen’s HIV Diagnosis?
To say that season two of the Starz/50 Cent executive produced show Power is anticipated is without a doubt a statement! The show has obtained a loyal viewership that borders on cult (I met one guy that claimed he refuses to watch the often compared to Empire as a sign of loyalty) and tonight, June 6th, the second chapter finally begins. Fans have been waiting for … Continue reading ‘I Think The First Episode Of [Season 2] Is Worthy Of A Season Finale.’ And More Exclusive Soundbites From The Men of ‘POWER’ At The NY Red Carpet Premiere
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It’s been 51 years since the groundbreaking marches in Selma and Montgomery, Alabama took place. The people from that era who are alive and willing to speak on the civil rights movement are literally walking encyclopedias on what it’s like to fight for freedom against the circumstance of adversity. One of those pillars of knowledge and experience is Lynda Blackmon Lowery, recorded… Continue reading Selma’s Youngest Marcher, Lynda Blackmon Lowery Reveals What It Was Like To Change The World As A Teen