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...
Most people know the drill: Elementary school, middle school, high school, college. That’s the sequence. It’s a traditional path that the majority of the American population take in the traditional way. But, what about the non-traditional way? Salih Muhammad went to...
Wickedness. That’s what 19-year-old Jabril Muhammad sees when he looks at the U.S. “America’s root is slavery, genocide, lying, and thievery. She is the same still - enslaving, killing all over the earth, lying about it, and stealing land,” he said. Jabril...
“Create the life you want to live.” That’s one of the quotes that circulate around social media and gives people the guts to step out to live their dream. Brother Ben X, a 24-year-old entrepreneur, college drop-out and Nation of Islam...
Note: This interview is a continuation of our interview with Goalden Chyld. You can find part 1 here. The Hip-Hop Industry and Emergence into Conscious Music Goalden Chyld uses his music to revitalize conscious music. When he was younger, he realized...
Hip-hop is a medium in which artists tell stories. At least, that’s how it used to be. Back in the day, we heard stories of the reality of growing up in the streets. We heard poetic languages on top...
Singer. Artist. Fighter for justice. Those are words that describe Yonasda Lonewolf Hill, a Black and Native American activist who has stood in front of bulldozers in Standing Rock, marched with her counterparts at the Women’s March, and fought for...

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