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These Photos Capture The Spirit Of New Orleans, 10 Years After Katrina

It's been a slow recovery since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans 10 years ago, but residents are hopeful that the city is returning to its roots. New Orleanians are repopulating their city, reestablishing festive traditions,Show More Summary

Lil Wayne On Hurricane Katrina Anniversary: 'It’s No Change'

New Orleans native Lil Wayne is adding his name to the growing list of public figures sharing their thoughts and memories on the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. On Tuesday, the rapper chatted with sports reporter Michael Smith...Show More Summary

Racial Disparities Still Rage On In New Orleans, But It Isn't All Bad News

It’s easy to miss. Drive too fast along the bridge connecting the greater New Orleans area to the city’s predominantly black Lower Ninth Ward -- over a large, muddy body of water and across sparse land -- and you’ll likely pass the words...Show More Summary

Nature Expert Snoop Dogg Breaks Down Frog 'Orgy' On 'Kimmel'

Snoop Dogg, the reefer-smoking E. Buzz Miller of our generation, returned with a "Plizzanet Earth" episode on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday. This time the not-so-noted wildlife maven observed tree frogs in their natural habitat apparently doing what comes naturally. Show More Summary

Chiwetel Ejiofor's 'Z For Zachariah' Is A Poignant Post-Apocalyptic Tale Thats Stands Out From The Rest

The dystopian genre has quickly become exhausted in recent years, with a surplus of post-apocalyptic tales shoved in between big screen adaptations of sci-fi YA novels. Luckily, 2015 has, so far, surprised us with the refreshingly feminist...Show More Summary

The Movement for Black Lives is Full of Elders, But Maybe Not Old People

First, old people must chill. Communication strategist Jeff Johnson often talks about the difference between old people and elders. Elders ask questions and learn how to build intergenerational movements, even when they do not understand younger generations. Show More Summary

Good Company Man Russell Wilson Plugs Miracle Water As Football Injury Cure

Come one, come all! Gather around to witness the miracle of RECOVERY WATER, the newest belief-backed thingamabob that'll heal head injuries, mend bum knees and rewind the last 30 seconds of Super Bowl XLIX. Okay, so that last bit isn't true, but neither are the first two things. Show More Summary

Meet The Makeup Artist Who Painted Grace Jones' Naked Body

The editors here at The Huffington Post are still in shock over seeing Grace Jones up close and personal at AfroPunk Fest 2015 last weekend. The 67-year-old entertainer put on a killer show, belting out classic hits like "Nightclubbing," "Private Life" and "My Jamaican Guy" in the Brooklyn heat. Show More Summary

Sandra Bland's New Legacy Will Force People To #SayHerName

On July 10, Sandra Bland was arrested in Waller County, Texas after protesting a minor traffic violation. She died three days later in police custody. Her death was officially ruled a suicide by hanging, though some are suspicious. Bland...Show More Summary

How To Practice Intersectional Feminism Every Day

Feminism really is for everybody. In a new video for MTV Braless, YouTube stars Laci Green and Franchesca Ramsey explain that intersectional feminism is integral to the larger movement because it looks at ?all? women's issues -- notShow More Summary

Victor Oladipo Sings Duet With His Pooch, Wins National Dog Day

Across the nation, professional athletes are emptying out their photo albums and getting out their selfie sticks for National Dog Day posts, but they all need to fall back. Now.  Because Orlando Magic guard Victor Oladipo and his pooch...Show More Summary

The Illusive Conversation: Race in America’s Classrooms by David J. Leonard |

The Illusive Conversation: Race in America’s Classrooms by David J. Leonard | @DrDavidJLeonard | NewBlackMan (in Exile) In the aftermath of the savage murder of 9 African American men and women in Charleston, SC there was lots of public discussion of America’s unresolved racial acrimony. Show More Summary

13 Beautiful Images That Aim To ‘Liberate All Nipples'

A new campaign is bringing some much-needed diversity to the Free The Nipple movement. Created by Wear Your Voice Magazine, the #liberateALLnipples campaign features people of color showing off their beautiful curves (and nipples) to...Show More Summary

Misty On the Town

Performing on Broadway is not something I ever envisioned myself doing. But here I am... getting ready to debut as Ivy Smith, aka Miss Turnstiles, in Broadway's critically acclaimed On The Town! I've always talked about getting out of my comfort zone as an artist. Show More Summary

Plaxico Burress Reminds Us He Didn't Have A 'Fall Guy' When He Accidentally Shot Himself

Former NFL wide receiver Plaxico Burress ripped Hall of Famer Cris Carter on Monday night over the unsavory advice Carter gave at the 2014 NFL Rookie Symposium. The comments came to light again after ESPN published a profile of former...Show More Summary

'Kimmy Schmidt' Star Tituss Burgess Follows Up 'Pinot Noir' With Ode To Multicultural Penis

If you've ever watched "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," chances are you've sung along to Titus Andromedon's self-professed "ode to black penis," aptly titled "Pinot Noir." But what about all the other shades of D? Do those packages deserve praise? Here at HuffPost Live, we definitely think they do -- and Tituss Burgess, the actor behind Titus, agrees. Show More Summary

'Kimmy Schmidt' Star Tituss Burgess Follows Up 'Pinot Noir' With Ode To Multicultural Penis

If you've ever watched "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," chances are you've sung along to Titus Andromedon's self-professed "ode to black penis," aptly titled "Pinot Noir."  But what about all the other shades of D? Do those packagesShow More Summary

Janelle Monáe Vows To 'Speak Up' On #BlackLivesMatter

Janelle Monáe has been a vocal supporter of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, joining forces with local activists, pushing for change with her powerful lyrics and even delivering an impromptu speech about the platform's issue on NBC'sShow More Summary

Lil Wayne's Explanation Of How He Became A Packers Fan Is Deep

Lil Wayne is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, and like many other New Orleans sports fans, he isn't much of a fan of the city's actual teams. Instead of riding with the New Orleans Saints as his favorite NFL team, Lil Wayne has shed...Show More Summary

“Do [Niggas] Dream of Electric Sheep?” by Mark Anthony Neal

“Do [Niggas] Dream of Electric Sheep?” by Mark Anthony Neal | @NewBlackMan | NewBlackMan (in Exile) I begin by recalling Philip K. Dick and Rutger Hauer, to make collateral points about the dystopic, post-apocalyptic world that was Los Angeles, well before the Boyz were ever in the hood or had ambitious designs to leave. Show More Summary

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