Chevy Chase Told Racist Jokes to Donald Glover on Set of ‘Community’

Chevy Chase Told Racist Jokes to Donald Glover on Set of ‘Community’

by Jessica Bennett   Feb 27, 2018

Donald Glover is a relatively private celebrity, choosing to share details of his life through his art rather than regular interviews or social media.... Read More

My Brother’s Keeper Alliance Announces Plans to Further Impact Males of Color

My Brother’s Keeper Alliance Announces Plans to Further Impact Males of Color

by Shantell E. Jamison   Feb 26, 2018

On Sunday, the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance announced its issuing of a formal RFP, request for proposals, to community-based organizations in the areas that accepted... Read More

Growing up with Depression in the African-American Community

Growing up with Depression in the African-American Community

by Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Ph.D.   Oct 24, 2017

John Harris is one of my favorite young adults in the world. A fitness instructor, actor, model, singer and activist, he exudes joy and positive energy.... Read More

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What Obama Is Doing to Get Young People Engaged in Their Communities

by Shantell E. Jamison   Sep 13, 2017

Barack Obama may not be the nation’s commander in chief anymore, but his commitment to bettering the country one community at a time has... Read More

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Goal Oriented: Anquan Boldin and His Focus on Giving Back

by Dominique Carson   Nov 02, 2016

Anquan Boldin has seen his share of NFL success. He’s made three Pro Bowl appearances and his time with the Baltimore Ravens resulted in a Super... Read More

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Action Figures: Black Entrepreneurs Making It Happen

by Angela P. Moore   Oct 31, 2016

Truly successful business owners understand that wealth isn’t quantified only by the size of one’s portfolio; it lies in the ability to manifest a... Read More

The 360 Degree Village Approach to Mentoring Black Males

The 360 Degree Village Approach to Mentoring Black Males

by Dr. Larry Walker   Aug 12, 2016

“You got it. . . what it takes Go get it. . . where you want it? Come get it. . . get involved... Read More

[Goal Oriented] Carmelo Anthony, Making a Space to Listen

[Goal Oriented] Carmelo Anthony, Making a Space to Listen

by Marissa Charles   Aug 12, 2016

Carmelo Anthony realized one morning at about 3 a.m. after watching tragedies between the police and the community seemingly happening one after the other.... Read More

After Two Years, ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ Remains Ambitious, Despite Challenges

After Two Years, ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ Remains Ambitious, Despite Challenges

by Michael H. Cottman   Apr 26, 2016

Malachi Hernandez grew up in a poor Boston neighborhood where he often heard the crackle of gunfire, and witnessed violence between his parents before... Read More

The Critical Missing Piece in Reducing the Prison Population

The Critical Missing Piece in Reducing the Prison Population

by Zachary Norris   Jan 29, 2016

Even with a new skill set, good behavior served and any and all attempts to keep up with technology, returning home after years of... Read More