Media brands leverage globalization to bolster the voices of black men.
J. Rudy Flesher is disappointed that his fellow White Americans won’t acknowledge the pattern of unarmed black men killed by police.
Rashaun Williams believes the best way for black people to confront and change the rampant racism in the US is to educate, inform, and empower their own communities.
From its cash-strapped school district and embattled police department, to its eye-popping poverty and unemployment rates, Philly presents real challenges and opportunities for those bold active citizens who dare to engage and transform the system.
A.X. Ahmad talks about writing, how he created a fast-moving thriller that was so sensually descriptive, surprise endings–and of course, some thoughts on being a good (or not so good) man.
The passing of such an influential black author could revitalize young, black, male readership and authorship, or it could deepen the dearth of existing books for this demographic.
To survive the world as a young, black and mentally-gifted man—which society didn’t seem to value—I had to be so great that they couldn’t ignore me.
Standing in front of a corner store on a hot June day in Philly, a former student tells me why he’s newsworthy.
Let your brand do the talking by producing stories that your audience cares about. — I didn’t ask for an assessment of my brand, but during a conversation with B.O.L.D member Rashaun “DJ Reezey®” Williams, who recently made world history by being the youngest content producer published by the London-based news platform Niuzly.com, I got one. “Techbook Online has an aggressive, yet […]
The School District of Philadelphia’s longstanding lack of oversight and its inability to generate revenue has caused Philadelphia’s education crisis.
Famed boxer Bernard Hopkins, after reform school and prison, beat the streets by choosing to do the right thing.
B.O.L.D member Joshua Rivers has a change of heart on the Donald Sterling fiasco, calls for extermination!