This year, The Home Depot’s Retool Your School Grant Program awarded $360,000 to nine Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) to improve their campuses in 2017. The public voted on all HBCU nominations during the February to April Voting period. See how one winner, Howard University, used their grant to improve several areas of the campus. Click HERE to see a full list of the 2017 Retool Your School winners.
Bree Miller is a 26-year-old millennial hustler and master baker that gained insta-fame when her savory Solu Cake broke the internet. With business booming like never before, follow Bree as she tackles mind-blowing cake designs for Hollywood’s A-List celebrities and attempt to take Bree’s Cakes to the next level with the help of her big, boisterous family.
In a candid one-on-one interview, acclaimed director, Malcolm Lee (Girls Trip, Best Man Holiday, Barbershop: The Next Cut) opens up about the challenges, evolution, hard choices and victories he has had as a director in Hollywood. Hosted by TV personality, and influencer, AJ Calloway, (106 & Park, Extra NYC) and taped and produced in front of a live audience.
Mimi works on a calendar shoot to benefit autism, and the graduates wager who can raise the most money.
Keasha Rigsby is a renowned bridal consultant whose warmth and talent has endeared her to audiences of the hit series Say Yes to the Dress. Now she is striking out on her own, helping brides find their perfect wedding dress in her own exclusive bridal boutique.
AspireTV was onsite at the EmpowerHer Conference 2017 presented by Ford. Check out Leslie Antonoff as she hosts In the Loop and serves up a big dose of Black Girl Magic with Lena Waithe, Morgan DeBaun, Robin Thede and Nickecia Alder.
The sketch comedy series is largely known as the launching pad for the careers of Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx, David Alan Grier, and Tommy Davidson as well as Jennifer Lopez and Carrie Ann Inaba, who were part of the show’s “Fly Girl” dancers.