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


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


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


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


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