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Issa Feat. Jacob Latimore & Jacquees "Breathe" Video Shoot BTS Footage

By Kelliebrew

It’s always great to see young black men doing positive things with their lives. Up next on the scene is Good Life Music artist ISSA. 113 more words


Florida barbershop owner focuses on books for customers

This isn’t your normal barbershop.

You’ll find the typical tools of the trade here. But also books.

“The barbershop is based on men coming together, grooming each other to become better men, and I think books and education is a fundamental part of that,” said Reggie Ross. 131 more words


Reporter quits job following ‘fatherless’ young black men comments

A New York area TV reporter has quit his job following comments he made on-air about “fatherless” young Black men.

News 12’s Sean Bergin was reporting a story on the murder of a Jersey City police officer when he decided to go off-script after his news package aired. 395 more words

National News

UPO Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

By Akeya Dickson

When the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed, its supporters championed access to housing rights, employment opportunities, economic empowerment and other important issues for all. 356 more words


Trust for London announces new funding for projects tackling unemployment among young Black men in London

From Trust for London:

Young Black Men and Employment – a new Trust for London Initiative

Trust for London is pleased to announce a new special initiative which will aim to increase the employment rate of young black men (YBM) in London. 

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Youth Unemployment

Respecting Young People: Learning from the Past

Nottingham Trent University

Respect was, is, and always will be the cornerstone of any meaningful attempt at dialogue.  It is therefore apposite that BERA has put respect at the heart of designing a future we have not yet realised.  710 more words

Race Ethnicity And Education SIG

Bishop Rudolph McKissick Jr. Holds "Operation Save Our Sons" Forum at Bethel Baptist Institutional Church

At age 17, Antjuan Kimbrough considered himself worthless. With two kids, he had no diploma, no father-figure and no future.