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La La Anthony & Da’Vinchi On Terry and Markeshia’s Relationship in Season 2 of ‘BMF’ | EUR Video Exclusive

*LaLa Anthony’s role in season two of the hit STARZ crime drama “BMF” involves a love triangle with Da’Vinchi’s character “Terry “Southwest T” Flenory.” Anthony plays “Markisha Taylor,” a wise, sophisticated, and street-savvy wife of a powerful Detroit dealer. Despite the risk, Terry begins to pursue her relentlessly. As BMF’s business booms, Markisha becomes Terry’s

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LaTocha Signs with Motown Gospel

A multi-hyphenate force in the music industry, LaTocha is best known as a member of the multi-platinum-selling R&B group Xscape, providing leads on some of the group’s biggest songs, including “Who Can I Run To” and “The Arms of the One Who Loves You.” The post LaTocha Signs with Motown Gospel appeared first on The

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South Africa’s ruling ANC party fetes 111th anniversary

By Mogomotsi Magome, The Associated Press South Africa’s ruling African National Congress party marked its 111th anniversary Jan. 8 with celebratory events in Mangaung, Free State province, where the organization was founded in 1912. President Cyril Ramaphosa, who was re-elected as the ANC party leader at a national conference in December last year, addressed a

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Black librarians drop Indianapolis as conference site

By The Associated Press A national group of Black librarians has canceled a July gathering in Indianapolis after the local library declined to permanently hire a Black woman who was serving as interim leader. Indianapolis is an “inhospitable location,” the National Conference of African American Librarians said Jan.  6. The Indianapolis Public Library Board decided

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PRESS ROOM: University of Phoenix College of Doctoral Studies Releases Whitepaper Examining Underrepresentation of African American Women in Corporate Senior Level Leadership

By Business Wire (BUSINESS WIRE) – University of Phoenix College of Doctoral Studies has released a new whitepaper, “Narrowing the Path to C-Suite Positions,” in a collaboration between authors Alfreda Goods, DM, a fellow in the Center for Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Research (CWDIR), Adrian Allen, DBA, and Lisa K. Langford, DM, also a fellow