1. Madame St. Clair

    In 1979 the first ever McDonald's commercial featuring a Black family aired on national television.

    I don't know if this was ever posted here but I saw it on Facebook and thought it was a cool discovery 🤷🏾‍♀️.
  2. Westbama Heartthrob

    R.I.P. Clarence "Fuzzy" Haskins: Original Member of Parliament-Funkadelic

    Damn, another OG gone :mjcry: Not surprising though. Last I heard, he wasn't doing too good Crazy the amount of talent they had as a band over the years R.I.P.
  3. FAH1223

    The NBA on CBS

    1982-1989 version Boston Garden graphics, cutting edge at the time 1989 NBA Finals version: Then used in 1989-1990 season
  4. JadeB

    Which decade had the bigger impact on modern black culture?

    the 1970s: or the 1990s
  5. JadeB

    Curtis Mayfield was saying "bad bytch" in the 70s

    @3:33 :wtf: I know people have been saying nikka since the 1800s but I find sorta funny that Curtis said baddest bytches in a time before hip hop.
  6. Days of Future Piff

    What is the GOAT decade for black music? (poll)

    For me it's a tough call between the 70s and 80s. The 70s were full of innovation and top quality soul, funk, and R&B: Earth Wind and Fire, Marvin Gaye, Maze ft. Frankie Beverly, Stevie Wonder, P-Funk, Sly and the Family Stone, Mandrill, and so much more. :ahh: But the 80s gave us Whitney...
  7. King Static X

    Harlem in the 1970s