Month: August 2019

As Executive Director of Common Ground Foundation, Leslie works to support young folks through art, social impact, leadership and education…

At a time when Reggaeton is topping the charts globally, while Puerto Rican people are making headlines for their struggle for autonomy, Lester Rey’s new EP “Epifania” provides a perfect soundtrack for the new era of discourse on social justice, search for new identities, and new experiments in cross-cultural interchange. Lester seamlessly blends the musical […]

Lina Fritz provides identity affirming, culturally relevant coaching and guidance to young students in Chicago.

As a prevention educator, Maggie Arthur believes in the importance of validating the experiences of young people…

Jamila Parham created The Tech Unicorn as a way to create space for diverse voices working in tech and beyond…

The educator, scholar and activist talks euphoria, hip hop and imagining change…

Wayans reflects on his 31 year career and discusses the challenges he’s taking on to stay fresh…

Kiara’s captures the warmth of love and summertime in her latest single “Hold On Me”

We sent photographer Desmond Penn along with Matt to document all the buzz around this exciting event…

Hailing from Detroit, music duo J-E-T-S includes Machinedrum’s Travis Stewart and Jimmy Edgar. The two musicians have a new album out called ZOOSPA. ZOOSPA has been categorized into the very unique niche of “futuristic post-trap R&B” and spans a variety of electronic music genres. The two artists spoke with Jill Hopkins on Vocalo about the […]


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