Raja Marhaba Presents the Jonathan Foundation’s Annual Spring Fundraiser

When Raja Marhaba sons were diagnosed with ADHD and learning disabilities it inspired her to take action. The result was the The Jonathan Foundation a non profit that is designed to aid children who have educational, emotional, and behavioral difficulties through referrals to resources and aid in public awareness. Today both Raja’s son sit on the … More Raja Marhaba Presents the Jonathan Foundation’s Annual Spring Fundraiser

Louis Gossett Jr. Is Executive Producing Ali’s Comeback Documentary

Academy Award winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. recently signed on to executive produce a feature length documentary which tells the incredible story of Muhammad Ali’s return to the boxing ring following a three-and-a-half-year hiatus. Now in post-production, the film is expected to be completed in late 2018. Comeback focuses on the efforts of prominent leaders in … More Louis Gossett Jr. Is Executive Producing Ali’s Comeback Documentary

Art Sims One of the Key Art Designers for Disney’s Mega Hit “Black Panther”

Sims’s began his career, with the “Draw Me” contest featured in publications and on television back in the 1950s and ’60s a contest created to find artistic talent. Sims had it even then. His mom, an elementary teacher, helped develop his artistic ability, emphasizing the importance of learning. Sims started winning art awards in grade … More Art Sims One of the Key Art Designers for Disney’s Mega Hit “Black Panther”

Rev. Chip Murray To Be Honored at The Black Business Association’s “Black History Month Award Dinner” Sat. Feb 24. 2018 ~ California African American Museum

  Rev. Chip Murray who came to national prominence during the 1992 LA riots because of his inspirational, insightful, and humorous sermons while fires burned will be honored at the Black Business Association “Black History Month Award Dinner.” He is the Pastor of the First African Methodist Episcopal Church (FAME), Rev. Cecil “Chip” Murray through … More Rev. Chip Murray To Be Honored at The Black Business Association’s “Black History Month Award Dinner” Sat. Feb 24. 2018 ~ California African American Museum

New Documentary Talks About Marvel Originally Not Having Faith in X-Men

X-Men in the 1960s was considered a commercial failure upon its initial release. The book was considered a failure next to more successful series of the time such as Spiderman, The Avengers, and The Fantastic Four. The book had loyal readers and sold well in foreign countries so they bought the book back after it … More New Documentary Talks About Marvel Originally Not Having Faith in X-Men

Exclusive interview with Directors Ron King and Darroch Greer

Directors Ron King and Darroch Greer came together and made an incredible film titled The Millionaires’ Unit, a relative untold story about an ambitious group of Yale college students who took it upon themselves to learn to fly before the onset of World War I becoming the founding squadron of the U.S. Naval Air Reserve. … More Exclusive interview with Directors Ron King and Darroch Greer

The Problem With Jay-Z Profiting Off ‘JayBo’

Jay-Z recently filed a trademark for rights to the lead character from his ‘Story of OJ’ music video so he can sell it in fashion and home wares. The character is a play on Sambo from the 1899 children’s book that is clearly racist if you look at the illustrations. Jay-Z attempting to profit off something that … More The Problem With Jay-Z Profiting Off ‘JayBo’