We had a chance to sit down with Jonathan Jackson, Co-Founder of Blavity. In this episode we delve into #Love and #Fear as motivators. Hear how both forces have influenced his life's journey. #WalkWithUs #TheLivesOfMen
When we peel back the many layers of who we are as men, we learn a lot about the true essence of manhood. True masculine power exists in understanding that vulnerability, courage, compassion, and the ability to take strong action are not opposing forces, in fact, they are complimentary.
Lisa Evers hosts Street Soldiers. Did Jay-Z's new album "4:44" break ground when it comes to male hip hop stars expressing their emotions and admitting to past transgressions? Allhiphop.com founder/CEO Chuck Creekmur, Dr. Elisa English, a clinical therapist, and thelivesofmen.com founder/creator Jason Rosario are Lisa's panel and discuss those issues in this thought-provoking episode.
Andre Brown has graced the covers of some of your favorite fashion publications and has been featured in major campaigns by the likes of Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, and Tommy Hilfiger. We've had the pleasure to get to know another side of Andre - as an entrepreneur, father, and husband, he shares some of his secrets to success in love and life.
Johnny Perez works tirelessly toward reform and speaking out for men of color who — just as he did for 13 years — existed within the harsh landscape that is the criminal justice system. We’re more than proud to have him share his perspective and wisdom with us -- and you.
Eli Infante is a Dominican-American brother from NYC. Some of his various interests include, Fashion and Music. Here, Eli shares with us his thoughts on Latinx culture and how he celebrates his heritage. Read on!
Rondel Holder is the creator of one of the dopest podcasts out, Soul Society 101. Needless to say, we connected on many levels, entreprenuership, travel and our respective paths toward manhood. We are honored to profile a brother who embodies the phrase "there is more to him than meets the eye." Read on!
Thousands of people recently came out to celebrate Dominican heritage in New York City’s annual Dominican Day Parade. With flags waving and music pumping, Dominicans of all shades and colors displayed their cultural pride.
But when you ask 38-year-old Dominican-American Jason Rosario where his roots come from, he’ll proudly tell you they go all the way back to Africa.
Basking in the glow of Father’s Day when your own parent is gone can be a little more difficult. Even if you’re not a dad yourself, you know the impact that a man who helped raise you has over your perspective, your behavior, who you are as a man. If your father was never a part of your life, well, you’re likely reminded of this even more frequently.
For reasons both personal and professional, I’ve been on a bit of research kick around the idea of confidence. The short version of the story is that I came to a realization recently that I will never achieve any of my goals and desires if I don’t figure out how to get more self-confidence.
To say that I am disappointed in you is to say the least. How can someone so revered by queens disregard their hearts? How can you be a cowardly soldier and not fight to protect us? How can you let the world destroy us by telling us that we are not beautiful and not edify …
Dear Brothers, We hear your cries, we feel your rage, we sense your frustration and ambivalence as we mourn the scores of black men, women, and children being gunned down in the streets almost daily. We have literally had to bear witness to gut-wrenching images and videos of police officers killing black American citizens. In …
Dear Black Men, I sit here tonight after watching the news report on yet another black man losing his life unjustly by the hands of someone who swore to protect and serve. I ask myself when will enough be enough? In these men, I see my brothers, cousins, co-worker, friends and you. My thoughts are …
On President Barack Obama and the Most Consequential Aspect of His Legacy When you meet children, you are often captivated by the interesting things they say or do, they signal to you that they may be one of the clever ones who could change the world, or influence an entire generation of thought, though the …