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An OWN Series On “Black Love” (Series Trailer)

The good, the bad, and the married. Ha! That’s a flip of an iconic tagline if I ever read one. I’m sure couples in this new OWN series will admit to and give advice on the good and bad of long-term relationships and marriage, too. Check out the series trailer for OWN’s new docu-series, Black Love.

Black Love brings you the first-hand accounts of love from every-day couples and a star-studded line up featuring Viola Davis, Tia Mowry & Cory, Meagan Good & DeVon Franklin, Flex Alexander & Shanice, Warryn Campbell & Erica Campbell and more. Don’t miss the premiere, Tuesday, Aug. 29th at 10/9c.


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4 Little Girls: Spike Lee Speaks On The Heart-Wrenching Decision He Had To Make (Video)

Another must-see before the focus on Black History for 2016 is lost…“4 Black Girls” (a real gut punch; but you still MUST watch). It will be hard to watch. Let Spike tell you (as he tells Oprah, above): It was hard to make.

In 1997, Spike Lee released “4 Little Girls,” a moving documentary about the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama, which killed four African-American girls. The film went on to earn an Oscar nomination for best documentary. Watch as Spike discusses one of the most difficult decisions he’s ever made as a director and how the birth of his daughter, Satchel, changed his perspective.

You can see a trailer for the actual documentary here.


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Dark Girls: White Men Discuss Their Attraction To Black Women (Video)

“You’re not more ethnic if you’re darker…” – Taken from OWN’s ‘Dark Girls’ Series Premiere

Does it take a White man to tell Black folk what we should have been saying to each other for decades? Perhaps so.

‘In Dark Girls, Hip-Hop author and journalist Soren Baker, a white man who’s married to an African-American woman, describes his early attraction to women of all races—and shares his father’s reaction. Plus, another man in an interracial relationship discusses his wife’s skin tone.’


‘Dark Girls’ premieres this Sunday, June 23, on OWN, at 10/9 PM CST. This ought to be good. Oprah might just have as many fellas watching this show on her network.

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