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Black America Web celebrates Black Music Month by saluting influential icons in the music industry

On the latest episode of the Small Doses podcast with Amanda Seales, Emmy-nominated actress Yvette Nicole Brown, known for her roles in hit shows like Community, The Mayor, and Drake & Josh, joins the Small Doses podcast with Amanda Seales.

Comedian Roy Wood Jr. joins the pod for this episode of Small Doses with Amanda Seales to talk political comedy and leaving "The Daily Show." The post Small Doses With Amanda Seales: Roy Wood Jr. Talks Leaving The Daily Show And His Next Moves appeared first on NewsOne.

Actor Taye Diggs joins 'Small Doses with Amanda Seales' to talk about growth and how performing on Broadway taught him how to let go.

Listen to the latest epsiode of the Small Doses podcast, to learn how to forgive while holding others accountable.

Lawyer and people's advocate Olayemi Olurin discusses the ills of the American prison system and the movement to shut down Rikers Island. The post Small Doses Podcast: Lawyer and People’s Advocate Olayemi Olurin on Fighting the Racist Prison System appeared first on NewsOne.

Amanda Seales and her sister Nada Mays, provide a comprehensive overview of the historical events behind the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Bambi Benson tells her side of the story on the Small Doses with Amanda Seales podcast. The mother of three and beauty entrepreneur opens up about her divorce from rapper Lil Scrappy and embracing her “soft girl era.”

Tyler Perry's message to Black women about dating men who make more money sparks a conversation about gender roles in relationships.

It’s National Make Your Bed Day and a solemn National Day of Remembrance for 9/11. Amanda Seales shares her exciting highlights from her recent trip to the US Open, offering a glimpse into the world of professional tennis. The episode also delves into the political arena, exploring whether President Biden can ride a “boring” image […]

There have been over 1000 police shootings in the past 12 months that have taken the lives of American citizens. While a majority of the victims were white, Black Americans are being shot and killed by police officers at a disproportionate rate. This crisis affects us all, but it’s essential to recognize that Black Americans […]

Tune in to discover why President Biden won't centralize his legal problems in his re-election campaign. Uncover the complexities of child support as Halle Berry's case is examined, prompting discussions on whether men should receive child support/alimony. Join in the Big Up Let Down segment celebrating Sha'Carri Richardson and Jamaican runners, while addressing KFC's letdown. Explore current events like Hurricane Katrina's 2005 landfall and the UNC shooting update.