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AT&T Presents: Listen 2 Learn!


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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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Capping off AT&T's dual Black History Month series, Listen 2 Learn! and Ear 2 the Future!, Make Your Own Mark on History—Live! features exclusive interviews with Tavis Smiley, Blair Underwood, MC Lyte, Elle Varner, Kevin... more

He may have earned legions of fans as Maurice on The Rickey Smiley Morning Show, but J. Anthony Brown isn't always alert enough to acknowledge the props. ?I get up at 2 a.m. to do the show from L.A. I have to leave the house by... more

Leave it to Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade to deflect attention away from himself—and fellow teammates LeBron James and Chris Bosh—when stopping by BlogTalkRadio to promote his latest project.... more

The first-ever African-American woman to call the White House home offers words of support to hundreds of thousands of unsung heroes on Military Spouse Appreciation Day. ?We have to invest in our military, their families, and our... more

Despite growing up poor—and not meeting his dad until age 21—the only boxer to win the world heavyweight title four times says he was never bitter. ?I did have a mother. And my mother instilled in me that you have to... more

It's no secret that Maya Angelou is a master chronicler of her own life and often hard times. But despite her burdens, the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer has always overcome them with dignity and humor. After her parents split up in 1931, Maya... more

The Cosby Show's Theo Huxtable looks back at what drove TV dad Bill Cosby to regularly alter one particular part of the ever popular series. ?He's a composer, so it was his idea to constantly have different versions of the same theme. One... more

Former NBA star Kenny ?The Jet? Smith, now a TNT hoops analyst, weighs in on the New York Knicks' challenge of pooling their talents to regain the glory of their Walt Frazier days. ?They don't just need practice time, they need game time... more

He may have been featured in more than 75 films, ranging from Witness to Dreamgirls, but fame and fortune have never gone to Danny Glover's head. The San Francisco native remains firmly grounded in his blue-collar roots.... more

With the release of her latest album, Rich Girl, soul diva Angie Stone took control of her musical destiny. ?Over the years, I heard through social media from a lot of people who felt I was moving away from my grass roots. And a lot of that had to... more