The Jussie Smollett story has taken so many twists and turns that it’s gotten pretty confusing. Roland Martin talks to Kathy Chaney of the Chicago Suntimes to try to straighten it all out. The last thing to come out was that “Jussie may talk with detectives today” to further “flush out whats going on.” Last […]
The Rainbow PUSH Coalition and Citizenship Education Fund will host its 22nd Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit, February 20 – February 22, 2019. Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. urges everyone to attend. This year’s theme is “400 Years Later: Closing the Wealth Gap, Expanding Opportunity.” It will feature sessions on closing the racial wealth gap, advancing consumer protection, the state of telecom and […]
Guy’s favorite part about performing at comedy clubs is getting ready. When all of the comedian’s are backstage they go back and forth with each other and it’s hilarious. But, there is noting better than the sidewalk show. Outside of the comedy club you wan often find comedians playing the dozens and there are no […]
Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid settled their lawsuits with the NFL and that’s a good thing! But, some people feels like they “sold out” which Chris Paul doesn’t understand. How can you be a sell out when you got what you wanted? This whole thing was based on “a mans right to work” and Kaepernick […]
A Black-owned gourmet biscuit brand has landed distribution deals with Walmart, Whole Foods and other national retailers.
Tune in to the show tonight to catch another edition of the #OhSoReal Scenario ! Tonight, Stephanie is asking for your advice, give us a call, (844) 258-8762 or feel free to leave your comments on our Facebook page! Stephanie is a 35 year old single mother of 4 after losing her husband in a car accident 5 years […]