Mother-Daughter Duo Talk About Their Book 'Soul Food Love'
When you think of Soul Food, what comes to your mind? Through history, food has been a very important element in African American culture. On this edition of Urban Outlook we'll talk about the unique relationship African American women have with food. Well-known author Alice Randall and her daughter, Caroline Randall Williams came together to offer a new look into that relationship and how to make it healthier and affordable while still indulgent.
Misty Copeland has gone from living in a motel to dancing on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House. With radical focus and an unshakable will, Misty Copeland has achieved her goals and bedazzled the world, at the same time. Watch along as Misty shares her Food for Thought.
Food for Thought presented by McDonald's is a four-part video series, celebrating the ingenuity and accomplishments of celebrities and influencers of the African Diaspora.
Federally it is illegal to sell and use marijuana, but the medical use of marijuana
is misunderstood. We spoke with Dr. Chanda Macias of the National Holistic Healing Center dispensary to explain marijuana's health benefits.
This Black History Month The Root is asking writers and other notables about the personal and pivotal events from their own lifetimes in a series we call 'My Black History'. Lorraine Toussaint is an award winning actress and producer. Recently, she’s received acclaimed reviews for her roles in Orange Is The New Black, Selma and currently stars in the fox series Rosewood.
Upstate New York Man Celebrates 108th Birthday with Wife of 82 Years
With a combined age of 212 and 82 years of marriage, an upstate New York couple could be one of the region’s oldest couples, according to the Journal News. The couple, Duranord and Jeanne Veillard, were married in November of 1932 – the same month former New York governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected the United State’s 32nd president.