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  • 2014 NAACP Theatre Festival Sets the Stage for 10 Minute Plays

    Sep 5, 14 by TiaMichelle Gray & Ms. JGray Leave a comment


    *Los  Angeles,  CA  -­  The  2014  NAACP  Theatre  Festival  will  take  place  September  12th-­14th,  at  the   Nate  Holden  Performing  Arts  Center  located  at  4718  West  Washington  Blvd  in  Los  Angeles  California.   The  week  long  festival  consists  of  10-­Minute  Plays,  acting  and  dancing  workshops,  as  well  as   networking  opportunities  with  some  of  the […]

  • ‘When the Game Stands Tall’ is the Film to Beat this Wknd (Watch)

    Aug 22, 14 by EurPublisher 1 Comment


    *”When the Game Stands Tall,” the latest film from Director Thomas Carter, is the emotional true story about the De La Salle High School football team (Concord, California), and their incredible 151 game winning streak. EURweb spent time with Thomas who spoke candidly about his role: “My focus was telling the story of the characters — of […]

  • Win A Copy of Halle Berry’s ‘Frankie & Alice’ on DVD/Digital

    Aug 13, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *Yes, you read that headline correctly. We’ve got copies of Halle Berry‘s highly acclaimed movie, “Frankie & Alice,” on DVD/Digital to give away to five lucky winners, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment & Codeblack Films. Hey, you might as well be one of them. But of course you can’t win if you don’t enter the […]

  • ‘Get On Up!’ Director, Star & Co-Star Chat with EUR’s Lee Bailey (Watch)

    Aug 2, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *”Get out to see ‘Get On Up!’” is the early buzz about the bio-pic based on legendary singer, James Brown — his life and how he overcame poverty and racism. Chadwick Boseman of “42″ fame, stars as Brown. Cast in the role not just for his acting and dancing talents, but first and foremost, because […]

  • BHERC Supports The 70th Port Chicago Commemoration

    Jul 20, 14 by LaRita Shelby Leave a comment


      *For the conscious minded, they will go down in history as heroes. They are the 320 men that died on July 17, 1944 at Port Chicago Naval Magazine in the San Francisco Bay area. The overwhelming majority of men involved in the blast were black. Those that did not die in the devastating blast […]

  • The Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center Remembers Port Chicago 1944

    Jul 17, 14 by LaRita Shelby Leave a comment


    *The deadly blast at Port Chicago Naval Magazine in 1944 has now been duly documented in history. An explosion equivalent to 5000 tons of TNT killed 320 sailors.  202 were African-American, because at the time the Negro sailors were disproportionately assigned the risky duties of loading extremely deadly ammunition from locomotives and onto cargo ships headed […]