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Girls Trip Producer Will Packer Speaks On Possible Sequel: “We’re Definitely Talking About It”

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After completely shattering the box offices opening weekend, Girls Trip continue to raise the bar, exceeding any expectations set for the film. To date, the film starring Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett-Smith and the hilarious Tiffany Haddish, has exceeded over $114 million in revenue. Not bad for a film with a $19 million budget. Continue Reading As popular as…

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These Deltas Reunited For Their 10th Deltaversary In This Melanin Filled Photoshoot

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56 women pledged to honor lifelong bonds, eternal sisterhood–and to always slay. The Beta Alpha chapter of Delta Sigma Theta celebrated a decade of scholarship, service, and sisterhood with a three-day trip to Costa Rica and a photo shoot that broke the internet. The ladies of FAMU’s Spring 2007 line traveled to the Central American country for the most lit…

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10 Things Trump (and Everyone Else) Should Know About HBCUs

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Photo courtesy of Florida A&M University Facebook page   Written by Nikki Igbo of NikIgbo.com Last week, before news headlines became consumed by Sally Yates’ stellar testimony and James Comey’s dismissal, Donald Trump issued a signing statement on the $1.1 trillion omnibus government spending bill. In this statement, Trump singled out the Historically Black College and University Capital Financing Program…

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FAMU Set To Launch First 24-Hour Black News Channel In 2018

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Photo: Florida A&M University Office of Communications Written by Mike Orie of Afrotrak.com Florida A&M University’s School of Journalism and Graphic Communication is expected to launch the first ever 24-hour Black news network in February 2018. Named the Black Television News Channel, the network is expected to bring in over 100 jobs, drawing in an average of $30 million annually….

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