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Lifetime’s new all-black movie, Pride and Prejudice: Atlanta, written by Tracy McMillan, has left some readers of EEW Magazine irate. Why? What is all the fuss about? Well, according to the film’s harshest critics, it makes black women look desperate for a husband and shows the black church in a bad light
Some are asking how can Pastor John Gray and Aventer Gray give spiritual advice on their OWN reality TV show, The Book of John Gray, when their own life—no pun intended—is a mess?
Media mogul and icon, Oprah Winfrey, is being honored with an exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Watching Oprah: The Oprah Winfrey Show and American Culture,” opens Friday and runs through June 2019.
Yolanda Adams’ voice sparkled during the American Idol season finale. When the 56-year-old GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel vocalist sang a duet of “What The World Needs Now” with a Top 5 former contestant on the May 21st finale, more than the veteran singer’s pants suit shined.
“The Real” co-hosts took home an Emmy Sunday. While the ecstatic (and stunned!) ladies all thanked their fans, Tamera Mowry-Housley was sure to send praises up to God for the milestone achievement that she says left her “seriously in awe.”
The one and only Ms. Patti LaBelle is joining the cast of “Greenleaf” that centers on an African-American family’s powerful megachurch in Memphis. The 73-year-old legendary vocalist will play Maxine Patterson.
EEW Magazine's President confirms that worship leader Maranda Curtis is a guest for her 2018 ACTIVATE Regional Prayer Conference.
Black Panther has made a record-setting splash at the box office. And some Christians feel they can identify with the film's characters. See how.