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Google knew their new Scommercial for Google Chrome, titled ‘Dear Sophie,’ would make us tear up a little and get all sappy.
‘TuTu Goes Green’ promotes green living to children with a story that centers on how a delightful little girl loves to live green each day.
Beyoncé has teamed up with our First Lady Michelle Obama and her ‘Let’s Move!’ campaign to promote more activity and healthier eating habits for children.
Premiering on CentricTV, Bilal’s latest video for “Little One,” from his latest album Airtight’s Revenge, is more than a tribute to his son — it speaks for children and their families dealing with autism everywhere.
Demi Moore and Asthon Kutcher are using their star power to bring awareness and the eventual end of child and sex slavery, recruiting fellow celebrities Eva Longoria, Bradley Cooper, Jason Mraz, Adrian Peterson, Justin Timberlake and more for new campaign.
Lithuanian Illustrator and Photographer Natalie Shau has decided to use her talents to help the people of Japan.
As we watch this Lil’ Kim and Nicki Minaj beef unfold, are we really just looking at a marketing gimmick created to drive sales?
After Marcus Price heard from a close friend about how children in the Democratic of Congo are being affected by one of our world’s deadliest wars, he knew that they needed to create some positive change.
If MTV was looking to make a big splash in the controversy pool, their premiere of Skins, the American version of the UK sensation, is providing a tidal wave.
Someone was bound to create a tool like this and how surprised can we really be? Facebook’s made it clear that forcing people to opt-out of a service works better than asking them to opt-in. While we all should know by now that very little of our information is private and whatever you post on your social networks is technically public, Spokeo goes too far. My friend @honoraire posted this on Facebook warning all of her friends…
Essence Magazine recently posted an article that showcased the opinions of several Black American men who gave their preferences on women and hair. While some only cared that a woman looks nice, most had a lot of thoughts on what they prefer.
The Killers, UNICEF and MTV unite against human trafficking with a David Slade-directed visual for “Goodnight, Travel Well.”