Tune In: The Trayvon Martin Story Airs Tonight.
You can catch the launch of the six-episode series at 10 p.m. EST on Paramount Network/BET. The television premiere of Whose Streets? —which gives viewers a raw and intimate look at the events that followed Michael Brown’s death—will air on PBS at the same time, so you may want to set up your DVR.
It May Be Monday, But Footage of Barack and Michelle Obama Turning up at a Bey and Jay Concert Exists, So It’s Not So Bad.
Scroll down for video clips of the presidential couple getting live to “N*ggas in Paris” below. We promise it’ll make up for having to get out of bed this morning.
Meanwhile, Beyoncé just gifted a Bethune-Cookman University student with $25,000 to help him through college.
Black excellence all around.
Kanye’s Dad Is Reportedly Battling Prostate Cancer.
Prayers up for Ray West, whose diagnosis was reported by TMZ on Sunday (July 29). According toTMZ, Ray was previously reported to have been diagnosed with stomach cancer, though that diagnoses turned out to be false.
As of press time he’s being treated in L.A. and is “responding well,” sources say.
ICYMI, Here’s Crackhead Kenny on Power.
An Emmy may be in Kendrick Lamar’s future. Don’t believe us? Just ask Twitter, then check our recap of Sunday night’s episode.
The Final Season of House of Cards May Drop in November.
Just in time for election season, though nothing’s been confirmed. Word has it that this last season is gonna be a good one, however.
“We’re really proud of the show, and it’s a fitting end,” Netflix’s VP of original programming Cindy Holland recently told Deadline. “We always planned for Season 6 to be the final season, and we are proud of the work Robin, the cast and crew have done.”
John Lewis Has a “Clean Bill of Health” After Hospitalization.
“Rep. John Lewis has been released from the hospital this evening,” April D. Ryan shared on Sunday evening (July 29). “All tests have been completed, and doctors have given him a ‘clean bill of health.’ He thanks everyone who shared their thoughts, prayers and concerns during his stay.”
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