Meghan Markle has condemned racism in a powerful, impassioned speech delivered in salute of the graduating class of her former school, Immaculate Heart.

The US actress turned British royal has been the target of vile scrutiny, which many maintain is centered around her race.

So intense was the critique that Markle and Prince Harry stepped back from their position as Senior Royals and relocated to North America.

Now, as the world engages in heated discourse about the death of unarmed Black man George Floyd at the hands of a white Minnesota police officer, Markle is using her voice and platform to speak out in support of the many affected by racial injustice.

See and hear what she had to say below…


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Breonna Taylor was asleep when officers stormed her living space and riddled the area with bullets as part of a drugs raid…only to discover that they were at the wrong address.

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Thanks to ‘Brown Skin Girl,’ Blue Ivy‘s got the gold!

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The drama on season 13 of the ‘Real Housewives Of Housewives’ is spilling off-screen.

And unsurprisingly it sees Kenya Moore at the center of the melee.

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Nene Leakes isn’t turning down the volume on her gripes with the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta.’

As reported, the franchise original departed the show after negotiations broke down with execs.

At the time, grace and gratitude defined her frontwards sentiments. However, that quickly eroded and has been replaced with vitriol.

Leakes’ claims of discrimination were touched upon in a teaser of her interview on the Tamron Hall Show.

Now, the full sit-down has arrived and it sees the disgruntled reality star lay bare even more of her grievances.

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Alicia Keys may have watched her latest album, ‘ALICIA,’ soar to top 5 status on this week’s Billboard 200 after an aggressive promotional campaign in its support (as we reported here), but the 15-time GRAMMY winner is showing no signs of slowing down on the trail.

One of the latest bids to ensure its prolonged tenure on the chart comes courtesy of a behind the scenes look at the music video of the LP’s current single, ‘Love Looks Better.’

Two weeks after unveiling the song live at the 2020 NFL Kickoff Concert (as we reported here), Keys introduced its official accompanying clip steered by ‘Love & Basketball’ director Gina Prince-Bythewood. Now, as the tune and its attached visual continue to garner critical acclaim, the star has invited fans to take a peek at how the action came to be.

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Nene Leakes is continuing her tirade against Wendy Williams, Bravo, and Andy Cohen.

As reported, the ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ original is none too impressed that the talkshow host spoke about her during an appearance on Cohen’s ‘Watch What Happens Live.’

Williams didn’t hold back when quizzed on the post-RHOA options in Leakes’ path; indeed, she fervently rejected the idea of there being interest in a spin-off show starring Leakes and her family.

At the time, Leakes let rip on social media. And now, she’s taken to YouTube and unleashed there too.

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Alicia Keys continues to give back.

The singer announced her partnership with the NFL to create a $1 billion fund aimed at supporting Black businesses and communities.

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Alicia Keys turned heads at the 2020 NFL Kickoff Concert Thursday (September 10) when she boldly proclaimed ‘Black Lives Matter’ and called out social injustice head-on during her stunning performance at the event.

After cranking out a stirring rendition of ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’ (click here to watch), she launched into a performance of her new single – ‘Love Looks Better.’

Reportedly set to join the gems being readied to line the tracklist of her forthcoming seventh studio album, the self-titled ‘ALICIA,’ ‘Love’s recorded version arrived tonight following its inaugural live showing.

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Will Smith‘s ‘Emancipation‘ is faring very well as Cannes.

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Nearly three months after Alicia Keys‘ long-awaited self-titled studio album was originally scheduled to drop, the R&B diva is still teasing tunes that will reportedly line its official tracklist.

After watching her last two singles – ‘Good Job’ and ‘Underdog’ – become unofficial anthems for healthcare and frontline workers amid the coronavirus pandemic, her new song, ‘Perfect Way To Die,’ aims to tackle another issue plaguing America:  racism.

As we reported here, Keys took to ‘The Daily Show’ earlier this week to announce the new song’s June 19 arrival and dish on how the deaths of Mike Brown (2014) and Sandra Bland (2015) inspired its creation years ago.

With its message still just as poignant given the ongoing struggle for racial equality, listen inside to ‘Perfect’: