The Inaugural BlackManCan Awards To Honor Extraordinary Black Men and Boys

NATIONWIDE -Often negative portrayals of black males make indelible impacts on how the people of the world view black men and boys. Media sources are saturated with such negative images, creating false perceptions in the minds of many. Minds from all races have absorbed many of these stereotypical images of our black men and boys; […]

Urban Victory Launches Online Platform For Global Black Film

LOS ANGELES- Urban Victory Network Inc.(UVN) today launched a new online delivery platform for global black film at Michael Eastman, CEO of Urban Victory, believes the movie industry is long overdue for a black film revolution leveraging the latest online technologies. “Many excellent films that premiere at regional and international black film festivals never […]

INTERVIEW: Michael Ealy Talks Life, His New TV Series, and “Think Like A Man”

NATIONWIDE – Born in Silver Spring, Maryland on August 3, 1973, Michael Ealy majored in English at the University of Maryland before heading to New York City where he performed in several stage productions, including the off-Broadway hits Joe Fearless and Whoa Jack. After finding his breakout screen role as Ricky Nash in Barbershop and […]

Researcher Says “Black (Still) Matters In Marketing”

CHICAGO – After the success of her co-authored first book with the late Herb Kemp, What’s Black About It? Pepper Miller became widely sought-after by marketers for her insights on reaching African-American consumers. Now, nearly seven years later, the respected consumer researcher is giving the industry more to think about in her newest title, Black […]

New Book Aims To Inspire Men To Stop Running From Love

NATIONWIDE – On March 21, 2012, one day following the start of spring, Chistell Publishing released Love Pour Over Me, written by Denise Turney. The book deals with a topic impacting millions of men and women, namely their struggles to connect and communicate with their fathers. It recounts a son’s (Raymond Clarke) tumultuous, yet triumphant […]

Jasmine Guy Talks About Her Role in the New Faith-Based Movie, “October Baby”

NATIONWIDE – Born in Boston on March 10, 1962, Jasmine Guy is a Renaissance woman with dancer, actress, singer, director, and writer on her resume. She performed in the Broadway productions of The Wiz, Leader of the Pack, Grease, and Chicago, and she has also served as a stage director and choreographer on numerous occasions. […]