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Common, John Legend and the new Black media movement

By Munson Steed / February 25, 2015

The hip-hop generation should thank Rev. Jesse Jackson

By Munson Steed / January 14, 2015

We can't breathe vs. I can't breathe

By Munson Steed / December 30, 2014

Celebrating the life of Lamonte ‘Monte’ Wanzer

By Munson Steed / December 8, 2014

Michael Brown: Ferguson soldiers on God’s mission

By Munson Steed / December 1, 2014

Herman J. Russell, a business titan who will forever be a guiding light

By Munson Steed / November 22, 2014

Fall is the season of self-change

By Munson Steed / November 12, 2014

Hip-hop voter suppression

By Munson Steed / November 4, 2014

Hip-hop and voting for ignorance, social exchange

By Munson Steed / November 3, 2014

Ferguson’s looters propel the racist police’s agenda

By Munson Steed / September 3, 2014

Koch brothers donate $25 million to UNCF; open doors wide for future entrepreneurs

By Munson Steed / August 7, 2014

Hip-hop generation: Gladys Knight deserves your love now

By Munson Steed / June 9, 2014

Chris Brown, Pastor Jamal Bryant: Hip-hop negative, viral song meets God

By Munson Steed / June 5, 2014

Hip-hop and Black Music Month

By Munson Steed / June 5, 2014

Maya Angelou: ‘We apologize for our disrespect of our black prize’

By Munson Steed / May 29, 2014

Jay Z and Solange a teachable moment for domestic abuse and violence in the black community

By Munson Steed / May 19, 2014

Donald Sterling, NBA: Example of racist economics by national brands

By Munson Steed / May 6, 2014

Hip-hop and the illusion of greatness

By Munson Steed / April 23, 2014

The hip-hop movement’s initial public offering

By Munson Steed / April 18, 2014

Has the hip-hop movement’s economy decided if it wants to live, die or lie?

By Munson Steed / April 7, 2014

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