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Netflix Created Chadwick Boseman Scholarship At Howard University

Chadwick Boseman’s legacy will continue to impact future generations at Howard University thanks to a new scholarship. Netflix and Howard are establishing a $5.4-million scholarship in Chadwick’s honor, The Chadwick A. Boseman Memorial Scholarship.

It will cover four years of tuition for students at Howard’s College of Fine Arts, which was renamed after Chadwick earlier this year.— He graduated from Howard in 2000 with a bachelor of fine arts degree in directing

This year, one scholarship will be awarded to a recipient in each class, and after that, an incoming freshman will receive the scholarship each year.

It’s definitely looking more and more like Adele is getting ready to announce her new album.

Billboards with the number “30” started popping up around the world this weekend, with many believing that’s the name of her new album.

And yesterday, before facebook and instagram shut down. Adele updated both her social media accounts and her website to the same font and blue/green color scheme seen on those “30” billboards.

So far Adele hasn’t confirmed anything. There are also reports that Adele's team has approached several networks and platforms about staging a TV special tied to the release of “30."

Jack Harlow giving back to his hometown. The rapper just announced he plans to donate money to five charities in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.

"I spent all my life fantasizing about being someone that could put Louisville on a pedestal," he tells “Billboard.” "There’s a spirit and pride that runs deep, and it becomes more obvious to me when I travel to other cities and realize that that doesn’t exist everywhere.” He adds, “The city has always been special to me and I think we breed very unique, often laid-back people."

Local organizations to be on the receiving end of Jack’s generosity include:AMPED, Center for Women and Families, Grace M. James Academy of Excellence,Louisville Urban League and Metro United Way.

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