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  • Nigel Greaves: Black Fist

    Nigel Greaves: Black Fist

    Nigel D. Greaves is a New Yorker living, working, playing and creating in and around Washington, DC. He has taken the opportunity to build skills in a wide cross section of fields including; creative writing and video production, philanthropy and nonprofit management, education and youth development. Currently a film producer, high school counselor and community volunteer, Nigel aims to bridge the gaps between his different worlds whenever possible, remembering always to work on improving his left handed dribble.

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  • Asha and Miguel: Things That are Beautiful to Me

    Asha and Miguel: Things That are Beautiful to Me

    Asha and Miguel perform for The Angle. Miguel Prado:!/Meeegul Asha Shannon: and!/Asha_KetchumAll

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  • Drew Brokeballer Anderson: Commentary on Dating

    Drew Brokeballer Anderson: Commentary on Dating

    Hip hop artist. High school teacher. Slam poet. Garbage Pail Kid collector. Award-winning filmmaker. Transformers movie discrepancy pointer outer. Much could be said about Drew Anderson, aka Droopy the Broke Baller, but if it ain’t good, it probably ain’t true.

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  • Audrey Jones: Why Married People Cheat

    Audrey Jones: Why Married People Cheat

    Audrey Jones is a professional model/actress. Jones is also a writer, producer, and director. She has been featured in JET Beauty of the week, Hype Hair, FHS Hair Brochure, Today’s Black Women and Black Men Magazine.

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  • Spicee Poet: Lions Tigers Bears

    Spicee Poet: Lions Tigers Bears

    Linda Elliott: or!/spiceepoet

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  • HawaH: What is Survival?

    HawaH: What is Survival?

    Born mentally curious, emotionally sensitive, and attitudinally stubborn, Hawah refuses to forget any single day.  He has dedicated his life to teaching about solutions to violence and ways to peace, and has traveled to over 28 countries in the past 10 years to facilitate interactive workshops, dialogues, perform poetry, teach yoga, and speak with those interested in creating a caring, sustainable, and equitable world—he claims that no matter where one travels, they always remain in the same place, unless they […]

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  • Mello D: Hip-Hop

    Mello D: Hip-Hop

    Hip-hop band Mello-D & the Rados was founded by Darnley “Mello-D” Hodge in Richmond, Virginia in 1996. Mello-D was born August 1, 1977 in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1980, he and his family moved to Alexandria, Virginia. At the age of nine Darnley started playing clarinet and saxophone. He also began rapping.

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  • Bobby Beatz: Fatherhood

    Bobby Beatz: Fatherhood

    Bobby Beatz, Bio: I am a lot of things Rapper, Husband, Father, That Dude, Rap George Clooney, Vigilanty, Writer, Producer, Actor, Son, Abstract, Street, Backpack, Next Level, Addict, Old School, Issue to Issue, Child of the November Sky, Scorpion King, Epic Flow, Throwback, Steeler Nation, in progress, to be continued… From: Pittsburgh, DMV, MV, Brooklyn they are all home to me!

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  • Paradise Gray: Commentary Hip-Hop

    Paradise Gray: Commentary Hip-Hop

    Hip-hops (Real Life) Forest Gump! Paradise Gray was raised in The South Bronx during the days of Reaganomics, the trickle down theory was in full effect. With live entertainment being financially inaccessible, the young people began to create their own forms of entertainment.

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  • Abdul Ali: Burying the “N-word”

    Abdul Ali: Burying the “N-word”

    Abdul Ali is a culture writer, poet, editor, change agent, and proud papa of one–living in the District of Columbia since 2005. Originally from New York City, he lived in Baltimore for five years before moving to the District to attend the historic Howard University where he majored in English and Theater and began writing. An eclectic writer and die-hard culture junkie, his work ranges from personal essays, poetry, reviews, feature interview, culture writing, to a play in-progress, and one […]

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