People from all walks of life have come together in unity to stand up and shout three words: BLACK LIVES MATTER. What do you stand for?
When you woke up today, the universe granted you another chance to change your life and another chance to go in the direction of your dreams.
157 years after slavery was abolished, we still have to protest, riot, and plead for America to see us as equal human beings. Something is wrong with that.
The world has come to a complete stop and this COVID-19 hurricane has impacted every part of our lives. What are you doing to take advantage of the time?
I’ve spent a huge chunk of my life living in fear of the unknown, of what could happen. If life is, indeed, “too short,” why do we fear taking risks?
On December 31st, I took out a pen and pad and wrote a plan for 2020. Fast forward 6 weeks and at this moment I find myself here, stuck.
Goodbye Louis Vuitton: Devlin Carter’s ‘SIA’ Is Changing The Fashion Game And Inspiring Future Black Designers
Last week, I attended an intimate event put on by Devlin Carter for entrepreneurs, artists, designers, and creatives. It changed my life.
When I was in Portland a few weeks ago I stumbled across a discussion with co-founder of The Hundreds Bobby Kim about his new book. I had to check it out.
Sway Calloway is one of the most revered journalists of hip-hop. It’s only fitting he would launch his very own block party, Sway Fest, in the Bay Area!
It was over. I no longer had a job, didn’t know how I’d get by, but I’d never felt better; my entrepreneurial journey was about to begin.
It was a brisk Wednesday morning in San Francisco. I felt the chill air slap me in the face, letting me know I arrived. I hit the corner and reached my destination: A skyscraper that I called my second home for more than four years. And for the last time.