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‘black-ish’ to take on Police Brutality

The ABC series will address one of the NAACP’s core issue areas of police brutality, by what the show is calling “doing justice to an episode about injustice.”

#ImageAwards Trends, Captures Essence of Nominees with Images

Winners and nominees stopped by our #ImageAwards Instagram booth during the show.

MC Lyte - Google Hangout on Air - Artists and Activism

Legendary artist, activist and philanthropist MC Lyte joins us to discuss the importance of artists taking part in activism. Also joining the conversation will be Michelle Nealy and Nicole Kenney. The Image Awards airs live, 8pm ET Feb. 6 on TV One.

AG Eric Holder, Jr. to receive the NAACP Chairman’s Award during the 46th NAACP Image Awards

Eric H. Holder, Jr. is set to receive the NAACP Chairman’s Award during the 46th NAACP Image Awards

Watch the Nominees for the 46th NAACP Image Awards, Revealed Live

The NAACP is announcing the nominees for the 46th NAACP Image Awards.

NAACP Tributes the Life of Actress and Activist Ruby Dee

We celebrate the life of Ruby Dee--actor, author, director, producer and civil rights activist.

45th NAACP Image Awards Takes Over Social Media

The 45th NAACP Image Awards celebrated some of the world's most talented artists Feb. 22. Many celebrities shared their experience on social media during the event.

The Oscars and Diversity

This Sunday's live broadcast of the Oscars will include some of the most diverse nominees--including some NAACP Image Awards winners.

Executive Producers Announced for the 45th NAACP Image Awards

Two industry veterans are set to executive produce the 45th NAACP Image Awards.

45th NAACP Image Awards Submissions Set New Record

The 45th NAACP Image Awards received an unprecedented amount of submissions this year.

Diversity in Prime Time Cable News

Media Matters released a study on diversity on primetime cable news programming. It comes as no surprise, that none of the “Big 3” cable networks (CNN, Fox News, MSNBC) are meeting the mark in regards to diversity representation in their programming

The Trouble with A la carte

A la carte was the really bad idea from several years ago which would have required cable and satellite companies to provide customers access to channels on a “price-per-channel” or a la carte basis.

Traci Braxton’s Unsung Hero: Melba Moore

WEtv star Traci Braxton talks about her Unsung Hero of Black History month

Towanda Braxton’s Hero: Curtis Benjamin – Founder of “Saving Our Daughters”

Towanda Braxton shares her Unsung Hero of Black History Month

How Do We Cultivate Media Ownership?

New FCC rules can shrink African-American ownership of television and radio stations across the country.

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