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Cherri Gregg is the community affairs reporter for KYW Newsradio, where she reports on social justice and civil rights issues, for both radio and television. Gregg is a graduate of Boston University, Howard University Law School and Temple University’s Klein School of Media and Communication. As a licensed attorney, she provides legal analysis and coverage…

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Ro$$ Mac is the Wall Street rapper. He spent three years on Wall Street working on the high-yield sales and trading desk for Morgan Stanley. He has combined his passion for rap music and the financial market into something that informs urban culture and parlayed his expertise into a financial literacy platform called Maconomics. His…

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To commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, U.S. Bank, and its subsidiary Elavon launched a new African American business resource group chapter and presented a special program to honor the civil rights leader’s legacy. The program featured a fireside conversation between chapter president and Elavon vice president of education and engagement Terra Wallace and the…

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If you live in Atlanta, you’ve probably seen some of Fabian Williams’ socially conscious artwork throughout the city. His art includes various portraits of African Americans who have made major contributions to Black culture and race relations in America. It kind of makes you wonder about your contribution to the world, the legacy you’re leaving…

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Whitney Houston will tour as a hologram in the near future. A digital version of the late star — who passed away in 2012 at the age of 48 — will embark on a world tour next year as part of the “An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour.” The world tour will…

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Lil Nas X’s hit single “Old Town Road” introduced millennials to country music and R&B singer K Michelle considers herself a trailblazer in the genre as she is currently working on a country album. However, truth be told, African Americans have had ties to country music and the lifestyle therein much longer than many realize.…

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Cole Parker is a self-proclaimed “manly feminist” who has a passion for women’s wellness and safety. Fueled by that passion, he and his brother Christopher founded Divas in Defense, which provides interactive and hands-on training services to women and girls. Parker spoke with rolling out about what he has learned about toxic masculinity from his…

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A native of Nassau, Bahamas, Lars Minns is currently the head of human resources for Mercedes-Benz, USA. He leads the organization in designing, implementing, and executing HR strategies that directly align with the company’s strategic objectives for the sales, marketing and distribution of passenger cars in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Rolling out had…

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Adrian Franks and his son (Photo Provided)Adrian Franks is an artist, designer and UX creative director at iX, the experience design division of IBM Global Business Services. The Brooklyn, New York resident has to his credit productions for some of the world’s biggest brands, including Toyota, Coca-Cola, AT&T, Bank of America, Ford, and more. When…

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Charles Jenkins is a pastor and an award-winning songwriter and producer. The Chicago native was previously the senior pastor of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church. Jenkins discusses faith and fatherhood with rolling out. What legacy are you leaving for your children and the children of your community? The opening phrase of Proverbs 13:22 says, “A good…

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Alvin Singh is a digital media specialist, author, and an investor in early-stage startups.  He focuses on protecting online identity management for individuals and organizations by merging trends from technology detachment, e-commerce, and social media branding.  He has traveled to the Caribbean, Africa, and Central America documenting human behavior trends and raised $10,000 for a…

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