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You Go Gurl! First Black Actress to Play Lead in ‘Phantom of the Opera’

Life has a way of coming around full-circle. That's just what happened with Emilie Kouatchou, a Chicago native actress and singer. At...

You Go Gurl!: 5th Grade Teacher, Triana Davis Recognized as Mazda Hero

Sometimes the biggest heroes are your neighbors living right next door.  Motor development corporation, Mazda, is a multinational automaker...

You Go Gurl! Meet La’Ron, Creator and CEO of Roni’s Stuff Skincare line

La’Ron Moultre is the creator and CEO of Roni’s Stuff, a black owned skincare line located in Atlanta, GA. She took interest...

Jamila Jordan-Theus Joins Marasi Martin’s Genius Entertainment as Head of Motion Picture

Black-ish star Marsai Martin's Genius Entertainment has appointed Development Executive Jamila Jordan-Theus a Head of Motion Picture. Jordan-Theus...

You Go Girl! Meet LaToya Stirrup, Co-Founder of Hair Company ‘Kazmaleje’

Every curly girl has their ups and downs when it comes to their natural hair, but what if we told you there's...

Polo G’s Younger Sister Leia Monroe Launches Children Clothing Boutique ‘House of Monroee’

Polo G is one of the hottest rappers in 2020, but he has nothing on his little sister Leia Monroe who has added herself...

Symone Royale Talks Music Journey and New Docuseries

JaGurl TV sat down with Pop/R&B artist Symone Royale as we discussed her journey into music, her docuseries and more.

You Go Gurl! Renee Montgomery Becomes The 1st WNBA Owner & Executive Of ‘The...

Renee Danielle Montgomery is a retired WNBA player and sports broadcaster. Recently, she became a part-owner and investor of Atlanta’s WNBA team,...

Ukonwa Oja Teaches Moving with Courage at International Leadership Summit

Bishop TD Jakes hosted his inaugural International Leadership Summit (ILS) this past weekend. Many yearning to grow their brands and businesses gathered...

13-year-old Producer Develops Short Film about Colorism

Multitalented 13-year-old Maya Hooks has released a coming of age short film depicting how colorism in the entertainment industry affects young black...

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