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Back in 2013, Anthony Brown of Queens Village, New York, donated one of his kidneys to his mom, Rita Brown, and it literally saved her life. She had been diagnosed with kidney disease and...

After a critically acclaimed and extended debut last spring, RuPaul’s Drag Race break-out star LATRICE ROYALE returns to New York with the premiere of LIFE GOES ON. Performances run March 30 - April 2...

Millennial Tax, a one-stop resource for rideshare, rental hosts and home-based businesses, is challenging solopreneurs capitalizing on the sharing economy to file their tax returns early. According to the tax firm's senior tax professional,...

Savvier Health, LLC has been granted a license to offer the same easy–to-use subscription-based app creation platform that has been used by tens of thousands of people around the world to successfully publish hundreds...

By Hazel Trice Edney President-elect Donald Trump is set to take the presidential oath of office Friday, Jan. 20, amidst protests and even boycotts of the inauguration ceremony. A spokesman for the Presidential Inaugural Committee...

Beloved storytelling nonprofit The Moth --the force behind the popular Moth Radio Hour, heard on 450 public radio stations nationwide, and the Moth podcast, which is downloaded 44 million times a year-- today announced...

Eritrea's Ghirmay Ghebreslassie and Kenya's Mary Keitany won the New York City Marathon Sunday, with Keitany becoming the first woman to win three straight titles in more than three decades. The 19-year-old Ghebreslassie -- the...

By Glynda C. Carr and Kimberly Peeler-Allen With a few days left until Election Day some are speculating what the overall turnout will be among Black women. Black women were among the most active voters in...

By Naomi MacKenzie | BlackDoctor.org African Americans have been pioneering the beauty industry since the very beginning. Let’s not forget the self-made millionaire Madame C.J. Walker, who was the first to capitalize off of her products...

By K. Barrett Bilali, Urban News Service Shay Stinson was a quiet 8-year-old girl, raised by a single mom in Harlem, when her first trip outside of the city took her past the bluish Catskill...

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