VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK: The Washington Post's BrotherSpeak - Black Men on Love
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 second 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 that black men face: Love.
Watch and listen to interviews by Asheru, hip hop artist and educator, Calvin Hill, retired NFL running back, Keith Benjamin, community development advocate, Tony Lee, pastor of Community of Hope AME Church, Frank Reid, pastor of Bethel AME Church, and Jonathan Capehart, columnist for The Washington Post.
Here is BrotherSpeak on "Fear"
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