Shonda Rhimes, John Leguizamo, Kal Penn, Dayo Okeniyi, Toks Olagundoye, Judy Reyes, Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramirez, Rebecca Wisocky; Angelique Cabral, Roselyn Sanchez, Edy Ganem, Andre Braugher, Yaya DaCosta, Parvesh Cheena, Martin Lawrence, James Hiroyuki Liao, Lucy Lui, Chi McBride, Kevin Alejandro, Jay Fernandez, Natalie Martinez, Cedric Yarbrough, Suzy Nakamura, Ken Leung, Jurnee Smollett, Rick Gonzalez, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Ernie Hudson, Eamonn Walker, Monica Raymund, Aimee Garcia, Agam Darshi, Alana De La Garza, Mousa Kraish, Mustafa Shakir (pictured), Giancarlo Esposito, Rosa Salazar, Anna Marie Horsford, Jamie Chung, Cuba Gooding Jr., and Ellen Wong.
[Dr. Carl Bell] is now the CEO and president of the Community Health Council and director of the Institute for Juvenile Research at the University of Illinois in Chicago. He has dedicated much of his career to the treatment and prevention of mental health disorders among African-Americans—a service that remains underserved and underfunded.
“It’s really hard getting mental health services in black communities,” says Bell. “These services are a scarcity, because there is no consideration for poor people with mental illnesses.”
The sound of one of this year’s Grammy-nominated reggae albums,Harlem-Kingston Express Live, may seem perplexing at first. But don’t let the blend of swing and dub confuse you: That’s just the unique sound of pianist Monty Alexander.
Alexander’s music has variously been described as bebop, calypso and reggae. But after 50 years in music and more than 70 albums, he’s earned the right to call his music simply his own.
TV One came to Detroit to interview Ruffin’s ex-wife Sandra (mother of his three daughters Cheryl, Nedra and Kimberly), Temptations Otis Williams and Dennis Edwards and Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates, among others. They also interviewed his California-based son, David Ruffin Jr., whose mother was Ruffin’s girlfriend Genna Sapia.