Black History Month

  Allstate Insurance’s Worth Telling campaign spotlights the accomplishments of 10 African-Americans who are inspiring and encouraging others in a myriad of fields including art, education, health, science, music…

Sunday February 21, 2016 marked another first just in time for Black History Month.  Eleven-time Grammy nominee Jazmine Sullivan is now the first African American R&B artist to sing the National Anthem at a National Hockey League game. Sullivan brought the crowd to a thunderous cheer when she effortlessly belted out the Star-Spangled Banner at […]

Origins of Black History source: History.com   A brief look at the history of African Americans and Black History Month. (3 min) TV-G   Text “LIGHT” To 37890 for your chance at ticket giveaways and news before anyone else!…Standard Messaging Rates Apply LIKE The Light On Facebook To Keep Up With your favorite artist and […]

The White House invited 51 local, Black dancers to show their stuff in honor of Black History Month. And it was incredible.    

Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, Koffee Day Spa is an upscale boutique spa experience that promises to not only leave your skin rejuvenated but…

Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, Koffee Day Spa is an upscale boutique spa experience that promises to not only leave your skin rejuvenated but lift your spirits. The appointment only oasis, specializes in services that range from massages to body scrubs, waxes, manicure/pedicures and facials, Koffee prides itself on offering a luxury experience at […]

Don’t let Diane Nash’s small role in the film "Selma" fool you. She was a crucial figure in the Freedom Rides, the lunch counter sit-ins, protests for Blacks’ voting rights and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1965.

Don’t let Diane Nash’s small role in the film "Selma" fool you. She was a crucial figure in the Freedom Rides, the lunch counter sit-ins, protests for Blacks’ voting rights and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1965.

  Not many radio shows can say they were part of President Obama’s journey to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. and what better way to start Black…

Stacey Dash set a new standard for clueless when she recently told Fox News: We” need to make up our minds on if we want segregation or integration. If we don’t want segregation we need to get rid of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the Image Awards.” To continue her viewpoint, she claimed that […]

HelloBeautiful’s Shamika Sanders explains how she is making Black history.