All hail the next TV talk queen; we gotta have 'Faith'

Rogers, Charles E.
November 1998
New York Amsterdam News;11/26/98, Vol. 89 Issue 48, p24
Reports on developments concerning Afro-American entertainers. Launch of a talk show starring Queen Latifah; Faith Evans; Singer Faith Evans' guesting at Roseanne's talk show; declaration of November 29, 1998, as `A Day of Unity' by Verity Records, John P. Kee and the Victory in Praise.


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