Black frat & sorority group The Divine 9 dropped a PSA titled "Tell Somebody" to highlight Black women affected by the Roe v. Wade repeal.

The Second City decided to use its signature comedic prowess in hopes of influencing anti-vaxxers to get vaccinated, with the improv troupe enlisting help from a handful of celebrity moms spearheaded by everyone's mom-in-their-head, Michelle Obama.


A new back-to-school commercial has stirred both debate and outrage across social media for showing teens using ordinary items to survive a school shooting. In the chilling PSA, the young actors demonstrate how book bags, sweaters, folders and skateboards could be used to save lives in case of a school shooting. One teen notes how […]

2/15/18- It’s Black Panther eve and Huggy Lowdown is ready! With his Black Panther attire and excitement he has another PSA announcement for the movie. Huggy respectfully asks that you leave all babies, excessive wigs and sun flower seeds at home! READ MORE STORIES ON BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM: GET THE HOTTEST STORIES STRAIGHT TO YOUR INBOX: 

2/7/18- Huggy Lowdown is hyped about seeing Black Panther, but he’s got a public service announcement for everyone going to see it. Go to the movies to see Black Panther don’t get stuck with the firestick or the bootleg version! READ MORE STORIES ON BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM: GET THE HOTTEST STORIES STRAIGHT TO YOUR INBOX: 

11/7/17-“Wake up everybody you got an extra hour of sleep, go vote,” says Huggy. He gives a hilarious but truthful PSA to get everybody out to exercise their rights to vote. Huggy approves this message! Like on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram Sign Up For Our Newsletter!

App Feed, Newsletter

It’s cold and flu season and one company has tapped America’s new favorite comic Tiffany Haddish to drive home the importance of folks washing their hands. Method, the pioneer of planet-friendly fabric and personal care products, today launched “Fight Dirty,” a tongue-in-cheek PSA featuring one of the biggest breakout stars of 2017. The PSA has […]

Arts & Entertainment

Snoop Dogg says the hip hop community could help put a stop to gun violence in the United States. Speaking Thursday at an event in San Francisco to raise awareness of his No Guns Allowed campaign, the rapper said he believed today’s rap lyrics are less violent then when he entered the business twenty years […]