Driven. Determined. Passionate. Erace The Hate president Lyndon Gray is on a mission to create a platform for socially conscious artists and entrepreneurs. A musician by profession, Gray, recognizing the infinite reach of music and arts, founded Erace The Hate with 13 of his closest colleagues. According to Gray, Erace The Hate serves as a media platform which creates peaceful and positive content connecting social innovators across the globe.
Gray, a Kansas City, Missouri native, began his career as a radio show producer for KPRS Hot 103 Jamz, Generation Rap. He graduated from Howard University with a major concentration in Media Production and a minor in Business Administration. With a vision to inspire youth using music as a motivational and learning tool, Gray devotes time as a saxophone teacher and lyrical expression instructor at The Motivational Edge, in Miami, Florida.
“I am motivated by the idea of building something strong enough to mobilize the people in a positive way. Now is the time to focus on the solutions for the global issues, hate in our communities.” says Mr. Gray. “The media and technology are what connect us all. We must use these platforms to innovate ways we can understand our differences and coexist.”