September 5th, 2012
In today’s top news, Michelle Obama rallied support for her husband’s second term at the Democratic National Convention, FAMU has suspended its dance team over hazing allegations and Terrence J lands a gig as co-host of E! News after leaving 106 & Park.
Michelle Obama rallied support for her husband’s second term at the Democratic National Convention. [BET]
FAMU has suspended its dance team over hazing allegations. [CNN]
Terrence J lands a gig as co-host of E! News after leaving 106 & Park. [BET]
Jay Electronica denies ghostwriting for Nas. [BET]
Justice Department accuses BP of “gross negligence” in oil spill. [Reuters]
May 30th, 2012
In today’s top news, former Liberian president Charles Taylor is sentenced to 50 years in prison for war crimes, co-hosts Terrence J and Rocsi to leave 106 & Park and after a Texas vote, Mitt Romney is now the official Republican presidential nominee.
Former Liberian president Charles Taylor is sentenced to 50 years in prison for war crimes. [BET]
Terrence J and Rocsi to leave 106 & Park. [BET]
After a Texas vote, Mitt Romney is now the official republican presidential nominee. [Miami Herald]
Serena Williams is eliminated in the first round of the French Open. [MSNBC]
Black pilots are suing United Continental alleging racial discrimination. [Bloomberg]
Emory University acquires a vast collection of historical African-American photos. [Emory]
Louis Farrakhan critiques President Obama’s endorsement of gay marriage, calling it a “sin.” [HuffingtonPost]
Police seek witnesses to the infamous face chewing incident. [BET]
U.S. student is killed while filming the violence in Syria. [MSNBC]
The FBI is now helping Kenyan officials investigate a bomb that exploded in downtown Nairobi. [AP]
The U.N. confirms that Sudan has pulled its troops out of the disputed Abyei border region also claimed by South Sudan. [BBC]
March 12th, 2009
BET.com’s 106&Park and upload videos of their personal stories on relationship abuse or submit questions for Dr. Michelle Callahan and Dr. Jeff Gardere to answer. Questions and stories will be selected to air throughout the show, which will air tonight at 6 p.m. Get more on the special.
In the wake of “Chrihanna” saga, BET’s “106 & Park” is devoting a two-hour special on relationship abuse and domestic violence among teenagers. The show is teaming up with anti-abuse groups Break The Cycle, Center Against Domestic Violence and The National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline to show how damaging domestic violence can be. Former 106 & Park host Free and BET personality Alesha Renee will be on the show to share their personal stories with viewers. BET.com users can visit