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Priceless Oprah Wisdom Worth Reading Again and Again

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When it comes to inspiring one-liners worthy of writing down, nobody does them better than Oprah Winfrey. The media queen turns 61 this week, so to celebrate, we're taking a look at some of her most memorable quotes from over the years - the best of the best. Show More Summary

Lance Armstrong Admits He'd 'Probably' Cheat Again If He Had The Chance To Do It All Over

Well, we're not sure if Lance Armstrong has quite learned his lesson. In his first sit down interview since he talked with Oprah in 2013 about his doping scandal, Lance totally admitted that he'd probably cheat again if he were magically transported back to 1995, and given the chance to do it all over. The cyclist had [...]

What Light Girls Can Teach Us About Beauty

In the African-American community, there is a certain degree of separation: dark-skinned, brown-skinned, and light-skinned. The Oprah Winfrey Network recently aired a documentary by Bill Duke called Light Girls that outlines the effect of these color divisions; the special was a followup to the film Dark Girls from 2011. Show More Summary

Oscar De La Hoya to launch cable channel

Oscar De La Hoya is rolling out his own cable network, continuing down the trail started by Oprah Winfrey (among others). De La Hoya TV is billing itself as “the premiere authority on boxing and other combat sports” and will launch in the spring. Show More Summary

Why Rain Pryor isn't supporting the Richard Pryor biopic

A decade after Richard Pryor’s death, the long-awaited biopic on the iconic comic, actor, and cultural figure has some big Hollywood names attached — including director Lee Daniels, Oprah Winfrey, who will play Pryor’s grandmother Marie, and Mike Epps, cast in the lead role. But the film already has major detractors.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Black American Hopes Selma Bombs at the Box Office

I must admit to experiencing schadenfreude (feeling pleasure from the misfortunes of others) upon learning that Oprah’s movie Selma was snubbed by the Oscars, receiving only two nominations. As a

carrying furniture on the PCT?

Kolby Kirk is quoted. So this must be true. :-) … due to the recent success of the book and movie “Wild”, many hikers have expressed fears that the trail will become overcrowded with Oprah Winfrey fans wearing enormous backpacks … Continue reading ?

Rob Lowe Is Returning to NBC to Star in a Dramedy About the Apocalypse

Are apocalypse shows the new comic book shows? It certainly feels like every TV network has one, will have one soon, or wants to have one. Either that, or Oprah's been handing them out in gift bags. NBC has ordered 10 episodes of Apocalypse,...Show More Summary

Sheree Fletcher in ‘Light Girls’ OWN Documentary: Will Smith’s Ex-Wife Speaks About Meeting Her White Grandfather For The First Time

The Light Girls movie on OWN provided plenty of revelations from some unknown faces and certain famous faces, as they spoke via Oprah’s channel about the impact that color played in their lives. As reported by the Inquisitr, Amber Rose...Show More Summary

President Obama, Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Bono and Others Reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s extraordinary life and legacy has touched and continues to inspire many lives. As Murray Schumach wrote in Dr. King's New York Times obituary in 1968: "To many million of American Negroes, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Show More Summary

'Light Girls' documentary sparks social media conversation

Social media were ablaze Tuesday concerning the topic of skin color within the African American community, a conversation sparked by Monday's premiere of Bill Duke's "Light Girls" documentary on the Oprah Winfrey Network.

In The Tweets: Black Twitter Respond to #LightGirls Documentary + Watch Full Video

Last night, The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) aired Bill Duke’s ‘Light Girls’ documentary, the filmmaker’s follow-up to his exploration of colorism, Dark Girls. Duke explores the pain, privilege and prejudice of light-skinned women inShow More Summary

'Light Girls' documentary sparks social media conversation

Social media were ablaze Tuesday concerning the topic of skin color within the African American community, a conversation sparked by Monday's premiere of Bill Duke's "Light Girls" documentary on the Oprah Winfrey Network.

New Season of 'Super Soul Sunday' to Premiere Sunday, February 8 on OWN

The season premiere of two-time Emmy award-winning daytime series “Super Soul Sunday,” featuring Oprah’s inspirational interviews with today’s top thinkers, visionaries and spiritual leaders returns with all-new episodes on Sunday, February 8

‘Light Girls’ Amber Rose Confession: My Creole Family Thought They Were Better Than African Americans, Didn’t Approve of Wiz Khalifa [Video]

The Light Girls movie on Oprah’s OWN channel premiered on January 19, and brought with it many testimonies and confessions from popular black actresses about how their own complexions have affected their lives. One such interesting confession...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg's Second Book-Club Pick Is An 800-Page Historical Exploration Of Violence

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided that in 2015, he'd read a book every two weeks and get the Facebook community involved as part of the discussion. Anyone expecting a program akin to a techie's version of Oprah Winfrey's famed selections...Show More Summary

Were You Watching? Twitter Explodes Over OWN’s “Light Girls” Documentary

OWN’s ‘Light Girls’ Twitter Reactions Oprah’s OWN Network Documentary “Light Girls” got tongues wagging & thumbs typing furiously last night — from debating if the doc demonized dark women, to noting the surprisingly brown women selected to speak on

Oprah Winfrey and ‘Selma’ Stars March in Alabama to Remember MLK Jr

On the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Oprah Winfrey, alongside her co-stars of the film ‘Selma,’ joined hundreds of marchers in Alabama in remembrance of the civil rights Read More The post Oprah Winfrey and ‘Selma’ Stars March in Alabama to Remember MLK Jr appeared first on Ecorazzi.

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