On the agenda is Part 2 of our conversation with historian and professor, Dr. John W. Johnson Jr. “All roads lead to Newark” in Part 2 of our discussion on class, education and conditioning. Listen in as our Q+A turned history class takes us all back to school. We want to hear from you. Leave … Continue reading "Class (Continued), With Historian + Professor, Dr. John W. Johnson Jr. (Part 2 of 2)"
On the agenda is a conversation with historian and professor, Dr. John W. Johnson Jr. Join us for a discussion on class, education and conditioning that travels from the cosmopolitan empire of ancient Rome empire to the rich cultural center of Newark and back to Us, with the ever-so-dope, Dr. Johnson. We want to hear … Continue reading "Class, With Historian + Professor, Dr. John W. Johnson Jr. (Part 1 of 2)"
On the agenda is a conversation with creator of Black on Black, Rodney White. Rodney speaks on his experience as an artist and award-winning art director and how it has impacted his work as creator of Black on Black, a beautifully designed clothing & accessories line that is both clothing AND a protest sign. Join … Continue reading "The Power of the Message, With Artist, Art Director, Designer + Creator of Black on Black, Rodney White"
On the agenda is a conversation with CEO of oneKIN, Marvin Francois. Marvin speaks on his experience and journey as a banker and CEO of an online retailer focused on showcasing brands created by people of color. Join us for a rich discussion on the power of the black dollar, the obstacles we face as … Continue reading "Black Money, with CEO of oneKIN, Marvin Francois"
On the agenda is a conversation with writer and activist, Sara Elhassan. Sara briefs us on the state of the protests that erupted in December 2018 against Dictator Omar al-Bashir and his regime. We discuss the economic and social oppression that the people of Sudan have faced under his 30 year rule. The conversation drives … Continue reading "Sudan Uprising, with Writer and Activist, Sara Elhassan"
On the agenda is a conversation with CEO and co-founder of Kaiso Cocktails, Tracey Solomon. Tracey just came back from her first trip to the continent of Africa (Accra, Ghana). We talk about how it has affected her sense of identity and perspective as CEO of the Brooklyn-based, Trini-inspired spirits company Kaiso Cocktails. We want … Continue reading "First Trip Home, with CEO of Kaiso Cocktails, Tracey Solomon"