Meet Kiah Victoria. She's only 21 years old, but with a voice like that, she's going to be a huge star. I first heard her sing at The Manderley Bar in NYC, and knew she'd be perfect for singing a 1960's throwback soul cover of something.
Independent Lens: The New Black: Faith Gave Tonex the Courage to Come Out to Fans
This video extra from the Independent Lens documentary The New Black gives us an intimate look at how singer Tonéx, a.k.a. B.Slade, shifted gears in his life as a successful gospel artist when he revealed he was gay.
The Amazing Jam Session Guys Show Up On Jimmy Kimmel With Trey Songz, Juicy J & Aloe Blacc
Jimmy Kimmel Live wrote: Three random guys had an impromptu jam session outside of a supermarket in Texas and the video of it went viral in just a few days. We brought them on to perform their song with help from Jimmy, Guillermo, Dicky, Cleto and the Cletones, a gospel choir, and surprise guests Trey Songz, Juicy J and Aloe Blacc.
"Soar" explores the evolving bond between two sisters: both are phenomenal dancers, and one is a quadruple amputee from a childhood illness. Their art helps them define themselves, together and separately, and helps us redefine our idea of what is possible.
Sky Williams wrote: Suicide hotline number: 1-800-273-TALK Email: Gregidot@gmail.com Here is a basic list of resources/hotlines that you can call if you are feeling suicidal, or are worried about someone who is. United States: 1-800-784-2433 (1-800-SUICIDE) United States (en Espanol): 1-800-SUICIDA United States-veterans 1-800-273-8255, Veterans Press 1 Europe Wide: 116 123 (free from any number) Australia: 13 11 14 Belgium: 02 649 95 55 Brasil: 141 Canada: Numbers vary by region.
The Moment President Obama First Meets Federal Inmates: Fixing the System (Teaser)
Check out an exclusive clip from VICE and HBO's upcoming special on criminal justice in the US: 'Fixing The System' - it will air September 27. Watch the full trailer: http://bit.ly/1MmMPRj In the first clip to go live from the special, we see the moment that President Obama meets the inmates and sits down with them for an in-depth conversation.
All across the country, an alarming number of students are suspended, expelled and even arrested for minor or trivial offenses. Instead of being sent to school guidance counselors to determine root causes of student misbehavior, young people are increasingly pushed into police stations, courtrooms and juvenile detention centers.