A Counter-Narrative on Black Male Students: At Central High School's Black History Month Celebration, the Central and Centennial High School African-American Clubs released a joint video countering the negative images of young African-American males in the media. The students affirmed the following in a video highlighting the successes of young black males within the District.
All of Me - Vintage Soul John Legend Cover ft. Kiah Victoria
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.
What happens when everything you thought was real changes over lunch? This week we talk to Marqus Cole, and hear his story about how our identity is very often deeply connected with our relationship with our dad. Filmmaker Corbyn Tyson explores what it means to be a good dad.
Founder Steve Harvey, with his wife Marjorie, on the red carpet at the 12 annual Neighborhood Awards in Atlanta on Aug. 9. This is the first time the awards were in Atlanta. The event originated in Los Angeles in 2001 under the name "Hoodie Awards" and spent seven years in Las Vegas.
Derrick Coleman, of the Seattle Seahawks, is the only athlete in NFL history to play offense, despite the fact that he is legally deaf. Bill Whitaker caught up with Coleman, as he gets ready for a chance to break one more barrier: The Super Bowl.
Classical Musicians Create Harmony with Young, Talented Partners
A program called Harmony gives free instruments and training to kids who would otherwise be unable to afford either. The program has brought in professional musicians to mentor the kids, who practice vigorously every day.
This video is dedicated to the mainstream media, to the fashion industry, to internet bullies, and to anyone else who thinks it's their right to try to make us feel less than because of their insecurities.
Step Afrika! holds week-long step camps for young people around the world. Led by the award-winning and multi-talented artists of Step Afrika!, the camp combines core Step Afrika! values of teamwork, commitment, discipline and academic achievement with excellent performance and artistic training. Each camp culminates with a “unity step” performance for family, friends and the public, and is held at Anacostia High School in Washington, D.C. The Washington Performing Arts sponsored the camp for...
This unfiltered emotional display only makes the most likable man in pop music more likable*. After watching a montage of fan-made videos to his No. 1 hit "Happy" during his interview on Oprah Prime, Pharrell wept.