Common is known to be a peaceful soul. A staple in not only the hip hop community but a player on the world’s stage -- fiercely unapologetic about his blackness and his love for his people.
In an ongoing study, Black Women's Blueprint found that 60 percent of Black women report having been raped before the age of 18. But part of the challenge has been calling Black men into community to reckon not only with racism, but also with racialized sexual violence and sexualized and gendered racism.
A young man’s dream of space exploration is that much closer to reality when he graduates college this spring. But that’s not even the most amazing part of his story. When he graduates this May, he’ll be just 19-years-old. That’s right, when most students are either just starting or completing their freshman year, 19-year-old Ronald […]
Paul Williams was a pioneering architect who achieved several historical firsts en route to his way to becoming home designer to the stars. Along with designing homes for Southern California’s elite, Williams also designed the St. Jude Children’s Hospital and Los Angeles’ Saks Fifth Avenue, among other top designs. Williams was born February 1, 1894, […]
Tonight at 6 p.m. CST, RYMR will host a ceremony to recognize six honorees for their work locally and nationally to uplift Black men and boys.
Lopaz has decided to spin the struggles that he has experienced after moving abroad into something that he hopes can be powerful.
Barbershop Talks provides the opportunity for open conversation with African-American men discussing the truth about the heroin epidemic.
Dr. Charles Modlin, M.D., MBA, is a Kidney Transplant Surgeon & Urologist in the Cleveland Clinic Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute. In 2008 he was named as the Cleveland Clinic Executive Director Minority Health. He founded & directs Cleveland Clinic’s Minority Men’s Health Center (MMHC). In 2011, The Atlanta Post selected him as one of […]
A new study shows that the choices parents make for black men’s names might actually affect how long they live. Click on the audio player…