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Political leaders, Broadway divas, Grammy winners, sports legends, funneymen and more. Throughout Black History Month, AT&T brings you compelling conversations from 28 accomplished figures offering insights into family, community, career and philanthropic issues. That while delving into the history of our people's music, entertainment and literature. So be sure to tune in every day beginning February 1. And don't forget to share your favorite picks with friends, followers and family. AT&T: Rethink possible.

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Hip-hop mogul and UN Goodwill Ambassador Russell Simmons, whose latest book (and a not-for-profit one at that) is titled Super Rich: A Guide to Having It All, offers tips on rising to the top. "Your job as an intern at a... more

The Godmother of Pop, who's second only to Aretha Franklin as most charted female vocalist of all time, shares the secret of her longevity. ?I guess it's because I'm so true to who I am. And most of the people who've been supportive of my... more

Former world heavyweight champ Mike Tyson had little faith that his one-man show, The Undisputed Truth, would get any further than he and wife Kiki Tyson's kitchen table, let alone attract the directing talents of Spike Lee. ?I didn't believe... more

The R&B diva, who first charted in 1988 with the ballad Thanks for My Child, and more recently has scored feature roles in Tyler Perry's stage plays,chats about her feeble attempts to glam out. ?I've always been the hightop, Chuck... more

Former New York Knicks center Patrick Ewing has no beef with the NBA, but he does believe it takes a backseat to learning your ABCs. ?When I was coming out of high school it wasn't like it is now, where a lot of guys are going to a... more

At a virtual town hall promoting his new socially conscious hip-hop album, Bill Cosby Presents the Cosnarati: State of Emergency, the comic icon tackles some sobering questions from audience members, including this: ?What can we do to... more

The first solo female rapper ever to release an album, 1988's Lyte as a Rock, chats about her current role as founder of the nonprofit Hip-Hop Sisters Network. ?Many years ago, a young lady named Lex Diamond, an MC out of Philly,... more

The king of, well, just about everything related to African American cinema these days dishes about hiring practices at his Tyler Perry Studios, whose flicks have grossed more than $500 million worldwide. ?I have a lot of black people working... more

If it seems a stretch to think a Doobie Brother could launch the career of a French hip-hop artist, think again. Laetitia Dana recounts how she went from public relations staffer to recording artist. ?I have always been singing,... more

The Dallas Mavericks' superstar point guard reflects on working for team owner (and billionaire Shark Tank investor) Mark Cuban. ?He's the one who pays the checks, so he can scream and yell at anybody he wants,? Jason Kidd kiddingly... more

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