A strong identity gives a person strength, courage and something to fight for. This is what Kelly Holmes, founder of Native Max Magazine, possesses.  As a Native American woman, Kelly walks strongly and boldly,...
This is a continuation of our cover interview with Brother Jesse Muhammad. Read Part 1 at http://joshuastruth.com/2019/09/04/brother-jesse-muhammad-bold-work-with-a-bold-purpose/. The Journey of the Farrakhan Twitter Army The Farrakhan Twitter...
Myioshi Williams hasn’t lived at home since she was 14 years old. “One of the biggest things for me is being hit with that realization that I’ve been away from home for 6 years,...
There are many kinds of people in the world. We experience them as we go about our lives during the typical day to day. However, when we come across a special human being, we immediately know it.
It’s one thing to be Black. It’s one thing to be Muslim. It’s another thing to be unapologetically Black and Muslim. 19-year-old Nzinga Muhammad is a young woman who knows how...
Whoever said young people can’t make a change hasn’t met Kaleb Taylor. His power became evident as a college student at Texas Southern University. In 2014, he took his activism and ran with it.
As most people grow older, they end up doing things they never thought they’d do. Ayanna Yasmin Muhammad is one of those people. The 29-year-old has made boss moves all her...
Proving people wrong. It’s what Felecia Hatcher has spent her whole life doing. “Having a guidance counselor telling me I’d never make it to college or university because of my grades, I wanted to...
While growing up in the streets of Baltimore, Maryland, Carlos Muhammad loved to collect things. “I loved collecting things and I was very attracted to things that had historical context of the kind...
If you were to ask 9-year-old Ebony Muhammad if she saw herself on the current path she’s on, she would shake her head emphatically. “When I was a child, I actually had...

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