Presumed Guilty The Ease of Criminalizing African Americans

Presumed Guilty The Ease of Criminalizing African Americans

Presumed Guilty The Ease of Criminalizing African Americans

It’s been my greatest fear as a black man living in America – that of fitting the profile, looking like someone else; someone who may have committed a crime and followed by being railroaded through the criminal justice system, convicted of an offense that I did not commit. If that...

African Leadership Group Bridging the Gap Between Africans and African-Americans

African Leadership Group Bridging the Gap Between Africans and African-Americans

African Leadership Group Bridging the Gap Between Africans and African-Americans

Papa Dia moved to Colorado from Senegal, Africa in 1998 with a goal that most immigrants have – to find opportunities to support the families they left behind. He didn’t expect to create a local organization that has become a pillar of support for one of the fastest growing immigrant...

Exposing Fashion in the Mile-High City

Exposing Fashion in the Mile-High City

Exposing Fashion in the Mile-High City

Troe Williams When people talk about high fashion, Denver isn’t the first city that comes to mind. Fashion designer Troe Williams, proprietor of Vandalism Designs, is a veteran in the industry celebrating 31 years. Williams believes the Mile High City can become a must stop in the fashion world. Colorado...

Finally, Technology Will Enable Black Men to Catch a Taxi! (Maybe) But at what cost to the community?

Finally, Technology Will Enable Black Men to Catch a Taxi! (Maybe) But at what cost to the community?

Finally, Technology Will Enable Black Men to Catch a Taxi! (Maybe) But at what cost to the community?

When Cornell Belcher was a young college graduate in the ‘90s, he often worked late hours as a waiter in an upscale Washington D.C. restaurant. When his shift ended at midnight, city buses were no longer running and rail service did not exist. This would normally not be a problem...