R. Kelly has been accused of training a 14-year-old girl to be his sex slave. According to Complex, in a BBC3 documentary set to air later this month, Kelly’s former girlfriend Kittie Jones says that she was “groomed” by the singer and repeatedly forced to have sex with him and others in a “sex dungeon.” She also claimed that there was […]

Alicia Keys is making it known that she isn’t against wearing make-up. In an interview with Allure she said, “I’m not a slave to makeup. I’m not a slave to not wearing makeup either. I get to choose at [any] given moment. That’s my right.” She went on to say, “I think makeup can be […]

Steve Arrington formerly of the hit 70’s group Slave is performing on the 2016 Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage! A native of Dayton, Ohio, he’s currently…

In case you were wondering, this is real life,. You are not having a nightmare. You did read the headline correctly. Actor/performer Jaden Smith has…

Kerry Washington hit the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and talked about playing a slave in ‘Django Unchained’.  Watch the interview here.

Are you a Slave to Debt?  Our friends at remind us of the pitiful condition of our financial state as individual dept is on the rise. Click here to READ MORE.

Horace King was an Alabama slave and architect who built the biggest American bridges in the mid 1800’s. His work is still present in the amazing spiraling staircases of the Alabama State Capital. King built a number of massive bridges crossing the Chattahoochee River Valley. Read More


Jackson Davis V is on a mission.  The 12-year-old great-grandson of a postal worker is lobbying the U.S. Postal Service to commission a commemorative stamp next year honoring York, an enslaved man who participated in the Lewis and Clark expedition to the Pacific coast.

The 6th annual Radio One Family Fun Day in the Park went down and the Masters of Funk headlined this event! Watch members from the Bar-Kays, Confunkshun, Slave, Dazz Band and Sugarfoot’s Ohio Players get down!!! Click below to purchase your tickets now!

In 1865, a slave and mother named Margaret Garner would become the defendant in one of the longest and most public slave trials in history. Garner and her husband, Robert, worked as slaves all of their lives, so when the Underground Railroad presented an opportunity for escape, they gathered their four children and went to […]