Mathew Knowles Talks about Colorism in the Entertainment Industry, His New Book, and Clarifies Controversial Beyoncé Comment

World-renowned Entrepreneur, Record Label Owner, and Professor Matthew Knowles spoke with Spotlight GM Nayo Campbell, about his latest book Racism from the Eyes of the Child. The book talks growing up in the segregated south, colorism in the media and his hope for the future of America. Knowles also talks how the book was a form of therapy for some of his past that he never quite dealt with. The full interview can be found below and you can purchase his book at any local and online bookstore.

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Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Kennedy Center Honors

By: Nayo Campbell This year’s Kennedy Center Honorees included Singer/Songwriter Lionel Richie, Screenwriter and Creator Norman Lear, Singer/Conga Queen Gloria Estefan, Dancer Carmen de Lavallade and Hip Hop Mogul LL Cool J. Dec. 3 marked the 40th anniversary of the annual Kennedy Center Honors held in Washington D.C. The Kennedy Center Honors have been highly talked […]

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Howard Students Meet Their Favorite YouTube Stars at #YouTubeBlackFanfest

By: Morgan Richard @mxrganchanel Lights, camera, action! “I’m so excited to be here and to be able to see my favorite YouTubers performing! This year’s homecoming is starting off great.” – HU Student Howard University hosted the very first #YouTubeBlackFanFest to kick off the year of the 150th Homecoming on October 17th. Howard Students found […]

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