WATCH: The Washington Post’s BrotherSpeak – Black Men on the Word ‘Dream’

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The Washington Post continues its three part video series that asks: What do you fear, love and dream of? Urban Cusp Founder Rahiel Tesfamariam served as a producer on the project.

The third installment of BrotherSpeak, a three-part video series created by The Washington Post in cooperation with the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, launches today and focuses on another key topic: what do black men dream of.

For the third installment of “BrotherSpeak” we asked a range of men to discuss the word Dream. You’ll hear from a national renowed poet, the director of President Obama’s office of faith-based initiatives; a national environmental advocate; a social worker from Washington; a grammy nominated songwriter; and a 20-year-old college student. All speak eloquently about what the word dream means to them. Click here to see the introduction to the series and the previous episodes on Fear and Love. We hope the discussion that ensues will help broaden all of our perspectives about each other.

Join @RahielT on Tuesday January 29th 2-3pm ET for #BrotherSpeak: a Twitter chat on Black Men and Dreams, hosted by @UrbanCusp!

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BrotherSpeak – Fear from Garrett Hubbard on Vimeo. is a cutting-edge online magazine highlighting progressive urban culture, faith, social change and global awareness. The site offers a platform for young adult perspectives, profiles inspirational visionaries and artists, and serves as an online community for change agents who are like-minded. Founded in 2011 by Rahiel Tesfamariam, Urban Cusp highlights voices, ideas and images not commonly found within mainstream media.

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