Venus and her “baby sis” Serena are still beasts on the tennis court. They won the doubles title in the Aussie Open last night: Continue »
Al Sharpton was seen at the Yéle press conference with Wyclef to discuss how the relief organization delivered cooked meals, water, and medical supplies to survivors of the earthquake in Haiti.
We know Al Sharpton keeps his hair processed in memory of James Brown, but we wonder if Al ever plans to change that ish up??? Perhaps a nice fade, or some locks might do the trick.
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Polo/Ralph Lauren just gave us another reason to spend our hard earned cash on their classic styles. The brand has teamed up with The United Way Campaign by designing a new “Polo Shirt” with a Haitian flag on it, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the United Way Worldwide Disaster Fund and its ongoing commitment to rebuilding Haiti. Follow the jump for a couple more looks Continue »
President Obama honored the the Lakers’ at the White House on Monday for their excellence on the court and community service. Khloe Kardashian made sure she was in attendance for this event. This is one more thing she gets to rub in Kim’s face.
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Charlie Simpson, a 7-year-old boy from England has raised over $160-thousand for the relief fund for Haitian earthquake victims.
After asking his mother if he could set up a sponsored bicycle ride around his local park in West London, Simpson originally expected to raise around $1,000 for UNICEF, but donations poured in from his webpage and are still coming.
Here’s a “lil positivity” for you:
While Trina’s known for her undeniable rap skills and baddest b*tch mentality, unbeknownst to many the 305 representative is also heavily involved in charity initiatives. Continue…
Haiti has another miraculous survival story. A 24-year-old hotel clerk named Wismond Exantus was pulled from the rubble alive today, even after the government officially called off the search for survivors.
After 11 days trapped beneath the rubble, a 24-year-old Haitian man was pulled out alive near a hotel here Saturday. The dramatic rescue is expected to be one of the last after the Jan. 12 earthquake. Continue »
Outkast’s Big Boi will launch the Savannah, Georgia chapter of his charity organization Big Kidz Foundation in February. The organization’s mission is to support youth developmental projects and encourage cultural, musical, and literary expression. … Continue
As the death toll continues to mount in Haiti following last week’s devastating January 7.0 magnitude earthquake, there are still a few hopeful stories unfolding. This week a few survivors have been pulled from the rubble alive, pop the hood to watch the story of one woman who emerged nearly unscathed after being buried under a building for six days. Continue »
Riri put on her stoic face to join relief efforts for Haiti by covering Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song,” live on The Oprah Winfrey Show today. Wyclef was also there to talk to Oprah about his experiences on the earthquake-shattered island. Look under the hood for her performance video and more details Continue »
Broadway’s “Fela!” got an added boost from two of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith joined in to help produce the musical, about Nigerian Afro-Beat originator Fela Kuti. Follow the jump for more pictures of Will and Jada with the cast. Continue »
In the days since the earthquake struck Haiti, it continues to be a critical time for us all to offer our help. We’ve collected a listing of a few organizations and events that are doing their part to raise money to help the people who need it most. Please feel free to continue to update us at email@example.com and we will help spread the word about all the available relief efforts. Continue »
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr fought with all his might for black people, as a race, to have equality America. The road that he traveled has paved the way for blacks to be in the position to be more than what America wanted or even allowed them to be. Thanks to Dr. Martin Luther King, blacks have risen and continue to rise in America, making every effort to make his words more than just a speech. Continue »