During Black History month, we are honored to highlight the historical events and groundbreaking achievements of African-Americans. From the unsung heroes of the Underground Railroad to the civil rights movement and the countless inventions that have changed the way we live. We tell their stories.
IIyasah Shabazz had to put Nicki Minaj in her place last week for disrespecting her fathers memory. The Young Money femcee used an historic photo of the slain civil rights leader to promote her new song and it didn't sit well with his family.
Next week VH1 will examine the world of hip-hop and take a look at the genre’s influence on American culture,the economy, right up to electing America’s first black president, in a new documentary entitled ‘The Tanning of America.’
I love this time of year because it gives me an opportunity to learn as well as inform others about how rich black history truly is. From the astounding accomplishments, against all odds to the heroism of our forefathers struggle for our civil rights. Every year we remember them and tell there stories.
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