Vulnerability, Unity, And Progress: Tlk 3:7 is a critical revelation of Black Boy Joy

Black Boy Joy. That’s all I can say about getting nine brothers from Chicago, Seattle, St. Louis, Kansas City, Philadelphia and Brooklyn, in one space to discuss relevant topics imperative to our culture. We can argue, bicker and disagree, but the one thing that we all agree on is that we are all brothers. We will hold one another accountable, we will lift each other up publicly and we will protect our black women collectively! This conversation is something that stems from our Black Man’s Book Club that we host…

Black Men of TLK 37 Talk Mental Health, Protecting Black Women, Financial Liberation and More in New Docu-Series

I don’t know about you guys but as a Black living in the midst of a pandemic, I often find myself exhausted. On one hand, COVID-19 has exposed the many disparities in the health care system in this country. On the other hand, we continue to see black lives on the opposite end of justice. In order to cope with the emotional ups and downs of this season, I started a book club. The goal was to connect with brothers across the country and process books written by black authors…

LeBron is the New Face of Hummer

For those of you who have followed LeBron since he burst on the scene as a highschool basketball phenom, you are fully aware of the relationship that LeBron and his mother has with the brand. Back in 2002, Gloria James gave her son a $50,000 pewter-colored Hummer H2 with multiple televisions…..

Bias and the Black QB in the NFL

A couple of weeks ago, I talked about the historic nature in which the NFL had Black men as starting quarterbacks. I talked, with guarded optimism, about how the associated biases and stigmas that were unfairly levied against Black quarterbacks since the beginning, were finally starting to subside. This new age, this Golden age, of the Black QB was here (finally!) and there was no turning back. But then today told me otherwise….