We’ve compiled some of our most recent submissions about Reggie Dee’s walk in what we call…. A Letter To Reggie Dee #WalkWithMeAgainstRacism Reggie Dee’s walk against racism did one thing when I first heard of its existence: shook me to the core. The distance. The commitment. The challenge. As a
Hawaii and Tennessee native,inspirational artist K.Hill has a lot he’s proving in the music world. Hill is taking Orlando by surprise with how he switches his flow and with his unforgettable free-styling. “Lyrically Inclined” is his latest EP that dropped the beginning of 2015. This features the impactful song ‘In Words”.
On February 4, 2015 the Erace The Hate community launched their first nationwide campaign titled “Power to the Peaceful” (P2TP). With this campaign we seek to capture innovative college students through leadership, youth empowerment, technology and arts & entertainment. Spreading awareness throughout college campuses worldwide, we want to educate as
“Walk With Me Against Racism” Reggie Dee of x102.3 has begun his 1300 mile walk from Dallas, Texas to West Palm Beach, Florida. This kind of reminds me of Forrest Gump’s sporadic walk across the United States. In honor of his mother, Reggie has decided to walk for the people.
Last night at BaCA Lyrics Lab in Pompano, Bertrand Boyd hit the stage with a poetic story that left the audience STUCK. You could hear the southern rap, Big Krit influence in his tone. It was no surprise that in his video he does the same poem over a Krit
The Beauty Girl turned Social Change Maker: My Transition to the Social Sector January 28, 2015 By Angela Richardson,2014ProInspireFellowHave you ever had a moment when the light bulb turned on right above your head? I did. It was a cold, brisk morning in the middle of December 2011. I was
Genesis gen·e·sis – ˈjenəsəs/noun 1.origin, source, root, beginning, “the hatred had its genesis in something dark”2.formation, development, evolution, emergence, inception, origination, creation, formulation, propagation “the genesis of his life” I was born in Brooklyn, NY…the hood. I spent enough of my adolescent years there to remember it clearly before being swept away to Suburb, New Jersey. Now, let me make it
“You can start as fast as you want to, but if you don’t finish, you haven’t done a thing.”- Oscar Wright In front of rooms of people, be it at a large school board meeting in downtown or at a small continuation school in East Oakland, I’ve witnessed him introduce
Off the his Latest project PEACE KING, Karega partners childhood friend’s Marknoxx, ChaycinChange and Malcolm Stokes to to create a narrative of Driving While Black in America. In a similar fashion of friendship, this track was produced by Karega’s Hampton University Undergraduate classmate EOM.
This post is dedicated to reclaiming the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and was inspired by his last speech, “I Have Been to The Mountaintop” which can be heard in its entirety on YouTube at this link All blocked quotes are his word. Spiritual Revolution #ReclaimMLK #BlackLivesMatter Men for years now