The Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago conducted a survey of young adults that revealed many millennials don't believe President Trump will serve the interests of the Black community.
Da TRUTH talks about his new album, “It’s Complicated,” which he says details his journey through his faith, with a special emphasis on the questions he had growing up in the church. He also talks about how to engage millennials, specifically by being honest about his “many bouts with doubt,” and shares his hope of […]
Cheryl Pearson-McNeil is the Senior Vice President of U.S. Strategic Community Alliances & Consumer Engagement at Nielsen. She shares some important information about Nielsen, which is a company that measures what consumers watch, buy and listen to. Nielsen recently released a new report about black millennials that shows how immensely powerful black consumers from 18-35 […]
Pastor YPJ talks about reaching an audience of millennials who have largely grown up in an absence of not just the father figures, but family values as well. He breaks down the differences he notices in the millennial generation in terms of family structure, compared to the generations before them, who mostly dealt with the […]
The choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remains problematic as Election Day draws under the two-month mark.
Combatting the stereotype of apathetic youth, Rock the Vote – the nonpartisan nonprofit created to see young people through America’s political process – has found a new way to galvanize and inspire millennials to vote in the upcoming election in November. Using innovation and creativity, the organization partnered with #Cut50 and other national and community partners […]
On “Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell” they discuss why millennials are choosing not to vote. During the show a millennial mentioned that with all the crimes happening they will probably vote because they’re passionate about causes. Erica mentioned that some millennials can’t see the big picture but now need to focus on what might […]
The record for the most wins in a regular season was held for two decades by the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls team. Former NBA player Michael Jordan released a statement: “I want to congratulate the Warriors on an amazing season,” he said. “The game of basketball is always evolving and records are made to be broken.”
Your vote is your voice, choice, right and power. I have always encouraged my listeners and social media followers to vote the issue and not…
Researchers claim that Black communities' concerns for their life expectancy is likely rooted in the fact that they are disproportionately affected by police brutality, violence and chronic health issues.