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Woodard plays President Constance Payton in the NBC drama premiering in November.
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Soul singer Goapele slows down with the moody "Strong As Glass" from her forthcoming album.
The collection will include Morrison’s writings, research, lectures, diaries, and correspondance.
As judge Adam Levine put it, the two divas from Team Pharrell “slayed the dragon” with their vocals.
The Hatian-American curvy model and reality star passed away after a battle with endometrial cancer.
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Chime Edwards is a popular YouTube vlogger with over 145,000 subscribers. Chime was also featured in Nikki Walton’s (Curly Nikki) book, Better Than Good Hair.
Afrobella was the natural hair blogger at AOL’s Black Voices and a writer for Vogue Italia’s Vogue Black site. She has presented keynotes at several major media expos and seminars.
Jessica Lewis's tutorials have received more than 22 million views on the MahoganyCurls YouTube channel, and nearly 500K follow the Macon, GA native via social media.
Valerie Bremang founded Hairlista Inc. Social Network in 2008 as a platform to educate, inform and encourage women that they can achieve healthy hair.
The former model has transitioned 10 years of fashion industry experience into UrbanBushBabes, where she is Editor-in-Chief.
Charli Penn is the Relationships Editor for ESSENCE.com, a wig enthusiast and a proud member of #teamlonghairdontcare.
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