Was First Lady Michelle Obama believable last night when she delivered her speech at the Democratic National Convention?
She said the election is not about electing a Democrat or a Republican. Believable or just sounded good? She obviously said much more, and if you haven't heard the speech or need to hear it again to take the poll, you can watch it right here...
This is "THE MORNING AFTER" it seems! The "Morning After" the African-American Culture was awakened...or was it?
People are claiming African-Americans now have a New Jessie, New Martin, & New Al ....implying there is a "NEW BLACK LEADER" ... ...
It takes a racist man to know one. Texas Sports anchor uses his platform to speak out against the "White Power" sign displayed at a basketball game. Watch his powerful speech in a video that has now went VIRAL!
For an actor, receiving a SAG award is very important because it's a recognition of outstanding achievement from fellow actors. At last night's awards ceremony, Viola Davis had the audience on their feet with her empowering acceptance speech. Watch here
Tuesday Jan 20th 2015 will go down as the night a State of the Union address broke Twitter! President Obama not only touched on key agendas for his final two years, he snapped back on hating republicans and members of Congress with his wity punch lines.
"I have no more campaigns to run. I know because I won both of them!" Watch the moment everyone was tweeting about here.
Shonda Rhimes, the creator of Grey's Anatomy and Scandal says she didn't break any glass ceilings! That's hard to believe. She explains why in this inspiring speech at the Women In Entertainment: Power 100 Breakfast. Watch it here.
Unlike the Republican Convention, I had a ball watching the Democratic National Convention (DNC) last night! The colorful wardrobe and sparkly hats in the audience and the various shades of brown skinned speakers at the podium was invigorating and inspiring!
For those of you who didn't watch it, check out the 3 key speeches that made me proud to be an American.
If you missed First Lady Michelle Obama's speech during the opening night of The Democratic National Convention last night (Tuesday, September 4), take advantage of the privilege to view what is being touted as one the most eloquent, influential, and moving speeches historically.