And the Winner Is… Gil!

  Gil Robertson The “African American Film Critics Association Awards” Interview with Kam Williams And the Winner Is… Gil! Gil L. Robertson IV is one of America’s foremost authorities on African-American pop culture. As a journalist, author, lecturer and media consultant, he is responsible for literary works and intellectual properties that provide platforms for social […]

Fifty Shades of Marlon!

  Marlon Wayans The “Fifty Shades of Black ” Interview with Kam Williams Fifty Shades of Marlon!   Marlon Wayans is a true multi-hyphenate: an actor/producer, comedian, writer and film director. His films have grossed more than $750 million in domestic box office, an average of nearly $50 million per outing. As a stand-up comedian, […]

Mia’s Mission!

  Mia Wenjen The “Multicultural Children’s Book Day” Interview with Kam Williams Mia’s Mission! Mia Wenjen blogs at PragmaticMom.com on parenting, education and children’s books. A dorm room entrepreneur with her creative staffing company, Aquent, ranking #12 on the Inc. 500 list when she was 26-years-old, Mia has always championed social justice. Her staffing company […]

Otis Gives Notice!

  Ginger Adams Otis The “Firefight” Interview with Kam Williams Otis Gives Notice! Ginger Adams Otis is a staff writer with the New York Daily News and a longtime reporter in New York City. For more than 10 years, she followed the landmark civil rights discrimination lawsuit brought by a group of black firefighters against […]

Oscar-Winning Director Talks about His New Documentary

  Roger Ross Williams The “Blackface” Interview with Kam Williams Oscar-Winning Director Talks about His New Documentary In 2010, Roger Ross Williams became the only African-American to win an Academy Award for directing and producing the documentary Music by Prudence. Three years later, he directed God Loves Uganda which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival […]

Nick’s Got Talent!

  Nick Cannon The “Chi-Raq” Interview with Kam Williams Nick’s Got Talent! Nick Cannon is a multi-faceted entertainer who wears many hats: comedian, executive producer and host for television, film star, director, entrepreneur, philanthropist and author of children’s books. Cited by People magazine as one of the “Top 10 Most Successful Young People in Hollywood,” […]

The Tale of the Tape

  Michael B. Jordan    The “Creed” Interview with Kam Williams The Tale of the Tape Michael Bakari Jordan is considered one of Hollywood’s brightest young actors. He garnered critical acclaim for his sterling portrayal of Oscar Grant in Ryan Coogler’s Fruitvale Station, a searing account of a slaying by police officers on a San […]

The Presidential Candidate Talks about the Campaign for the Republican Nomination

  Dr. Ben Carson The “A More Perfect Union” Interview with Kam Williams The Presidential Candidate Talks about the Campaign for the Republican Nomination Dr. Ben Carson was born on September 18, 1951 in a poverty-stricken section of Detroit where he and his brother Curtis were raised by a single-mom who worked two or three […]