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Black consciousness is trouble for Blacks who want to assimilate

By Munson Steed / March 1, 2016

Killer Mike: Hip-hop change agent using his voice, making history

By Munson Steed / February 24, 2016

Black history, prison, led to change agents in the Black community

By Munson Steed / February 16, 2016

Be a Black history star and shine bright

By Munson Steed / February 11, 2016

CEOs, Atlanta’s first lady, moguls show up to make GirlPower SleepOver a success

By Munson Steed / January 11, 2016

#Winning: adopt a new attitude in the new year, never beaten

By Munson Steed / January 7, 2016

Will Smith’s ‘Concussion’ debunks myths of Black inferiority

By Munson Steed / January 4, 2016

Black Lives Matter collective in the new year: A unified agenda

By Munson Steed / December 28, 2015

Black collective Christmas: Preachers, politicians, performers are our gifts

By Munson Steed / December 25, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving! Black families should set goals at this year’s family dinner

By Munson Steed / November 23, 2015

#BlackLivesMatter, the overcriminalization of our community must matter, too

By Munson Steed / August 27, 2015

The 3 methods to heal the Black community of anger and jealousy

By Munson Steed / August 15, 2015

Summer flowers can heal our community

By Munson Steed / August 15, 2015

Black Jesus depicted by hip-hop generation artist at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art

By Munson Steed / May 26, 2015

The Home Depot: Making a remarkable difference for HBCU students and alumni

By Munson Steed / May 16, 2015

Macy’s CEO Terry Lundgren demonstrates best in class diversity outreach to Black media and Black community leaders

By Munson Steed / May 5, 2015

Fabolous shows us a fabulous life and a fabulous hip-hop community are possible

By Munson Steed / April 28, 2015

Amandla Stenberg serves as role model to young women by speaking out and social activism

By Munson Steed / April 22, 2015

Luda’s fast and furious hip-hop leadership

By Munson Steed / April 2, 2015

Common, John Legend and the new Black media movement

By Munson Steed / February 25, 2015