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When you turn on the television set or scroll through your social media timelines, finding authentic and positive images of black men can feel like a fruitless endeavor. Despite the modern backdrop of having an African-American president in the White House, black men are often depicted and presented in rather monolithic fashion. Whether it’s the notion that they are to be feared by the police or causing havoc in their communities, men of color are rarely afforded the benefit of doubt.

Recognizing this problem and a lack of space for black men to convene in the digital landscape, Jason Rosario decided to create The Lives of Men.

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