Rapper Poeboy K.P. is not only a versatile musician, but also a veteran

Kevin Devonte Poe, who performs under the moniker Poeboy K.P., is a hip-hop artist from in Gretna, Virginia. A talented music artist and videographer who currently serves in the United States Army, his unique rhymes and flow add fire to his verses. Poeboy K.P.’s Speed Life album is now streaming on all major platforms. What […]

Health care professional Reese Brown recounts trek into nursing career

A decorated military combat veteran, Reese Brown, RN, BSN, MPA, has dedicated more than three decades to his flourishing nursing career. As a nurse educator in the nation’s capital, he instructs first-aid and CPR classes for various community members. Brown is also the public affairs officer for the Defense Health Agency, where he creates and […]

Black veterans join forces to launch True Products detergent company

If you’re looking to support Black businesses and are in the market for a new laundry detergent then True Products may be for you. True Products is a startup manufacturing and distribution company that specializes in household cleaning supplies. The business was launched in 2012 by two U. S. Army veterans — Ali B. Muhammad and Abdur-Rahim […]

Retired Sgt. Maj. Craig Keith pens transformative guide to leadership

Retired Sgt. Maj. Craig Keith is a decorated U.S. Army veteran and entertainment executive for Walt Disney Studios. During his time in the military, he served his country for three decades in six combat tours and under six presidents, which prepared him for any obstacle life may bring. Rolling out spoke with Keith about his […]

Jerome A. Prince explains why it’s important to educate children

Jerome A. Prince is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. He is also an American politician who serves as the assessor for Lake County, Indiana. He holds the distinction of being the first African American county assessor in the state of Indiana. Most recently, after a primary election victory, he became the Democratic […]

Willie Rogers, oldest remaining of the Tuskegee Airmen, dies at 101

By all accounts from his family, Willie Rogers, 101, did not like to talk about his time in World War II. His family knew he served but for many years they had no idea that he was part of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, the all-Black fighter squadron that never lost a bomber and contributed significantly […]