Black Celebrities Come Out to Honor 2015 Heroes in the Struggle Honoring Jussie Smollett, Gregorio Millett, Vanessa Mills, and Janssen Therapeutics
Danny Glover (Color Purple, Lethal Weapon), Brian J. White (Scandal), Shaun Robinson (Access Hollywood), Naomi Campbell (Empire) and other Black celebrities from film, stage, television and music will come together on Thursday, June 18th for the 2015 Heroes in the Struggle Gala reception and awards presentation at the Directors... Read more
Prostate Cancer Foundation Steps Into the Ring to Knock Out Prostate Cancer for Good
The Prostate Cancer Foundation is throwing a one-two punch to knock out prostate cancer for good with the recent production of a public service announcement featuring boxing legend and five-time heavyweight champion of the world Evander Holyfield. The message encourages African-American men to get regularly checked for prostate cancer... Read more
Boxing Legend and Five-time Heavyweight Champion of the World Evander Holyfield Gets Ready to Knock Out Prostate Cancer with Public Service Announcement Filmed in Providence
Are you ready to rumble? Coming soon to knock out prostate cancer is boxing legend and five-time heavyweight champion of the world, Evander Holyfield. Since his retirement from boxing in 2011, Holyfield has dedicated his time to philanthropic activities through Team Holyfield, and will be featured in a public... Read more
The National Pork Board Brings Healthy and Delicious Pork to BBQs Across America with Celebrity Chefs and Radio DJs
Summer signals the start of the grilling season, and the National Pork Board (NPB) wants to encourage Americans to spice up this year’s grilling celebrations with the unexpected flavor of lean, heart-healthy pork cuts. Incorporating healthier options into everyday occasions is important – especially for African Americans who disproportionally... Read more
Sisters Network Inc. Teens4Pink Takes the Lead Nationally To Empower Teens to Take Proactive Role in Their Family’s Breast Health
Sisters Network Inc., the only national African American breast cancer survivorship organization with affiliate chapters across the country, announced today the expansion of the Teens4Pink program to Atlanta, GA and Richmond, VA. Teens4Pink goals are to educate and empower African American teens between the ages of 12-17 with the knowledge and tools they... Read more