In a world where marketing and a display of morality continue to intertwine, what are the ways marginalized demographics are preyed upon for the sake of social justice? Marketing and […]
There’s No Such Thing as Black Hollywood
I personally think Black people working in entertainment have been beaten up so much, that they think the way Hollywood runs is actually supposed to be that way. Like, how can you you make a movie if there are no white people involved?
“I popped one off.” : Rethinking Police Use of Deadly Force
As a nation, as a city, can we end these unnecessary and preventable deaths at the hands of police? Congress failed to pass the George Floyd Act or any police reform measure, even after the largest protests against police brutality in history.
Quit Playin’!: We Need Some New Farmers!
COMMENTARY By Vincent L. Hall, Texas Metro News, iMessenger Media Black History comes in chapters, but the best of it is unwritten and cultural. It has always been how we […]
COMMENTARY: Accept the Unexpected
By Dr. Froswa Booker Drew I hate to rush but according to the GPS, I would only be two minutes late. That wasn’t bad but I wasn’t prepared for an […]
OP-ED: The Power of Mentorship
Op-Ed By David C. Williams During Black History Month, I’m reflecting on various areas in the Black community and what contributions I could make to improve certain conditions. One concept […]
Chase Bank: Our Path Forward to Advance Racial Equity
Hear insight from Brian Lamb is Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at JP Morgan Chase & Co.