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In 1964, Black people were granted the right to vote in a desegregated South, but that didn’t prevent raging racists from stopping folk from taking it to the polls. Selma, the Alabama city, became ground zero for the fight for freedom. “Selma” examines the course that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., his family and friends […]

  Traci Braxton: Doing Things on her own, Braxton Family Values & new Album smash, ‘Crash & Burn’ October 5, 2014 | Patricia ‘Blu’ Freeman   Traci Braxton’s dreams of solo success have been deferred for more than 18 years. Over 18 years of being, what looked like, in the shadows of her sisters. Although […]

Zane’s ‘Addicted’: Bestselling Erotica Author discuss Lionsgate Adaptation of Movie October 7, 2014 | Patricia ‘Blu’ Freeman Zane is known as the hardest working woman in erotic fiction.  The best-selling author of more than 30 beautifully written novels, she’s published more than 18 erotic novels including ‘Addicted’, which hits movie theaters this week.  Starting by […]

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