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Unfiltered conversations about business, politics, and social issues.
The editor-in-chief, executive producer, writer, and businessman. Curtis is active in helping the black community by employing and providing services in the Washington, DC and Detroit, MI areas.
Asia is a full-time filmmaker, freelance videographer, and beauty shop, owner. Asia uses her filmmaking to reach the youth and millennials like herself to educate them on current events and the black community.
Raul Wikkeling has over a decade of experience leading business development, fundraising, media, and government relations for startups, NGOs, and legacy companies in the apparel, sports, technology (VR and AR), and CPG sectors. He has helped early-stage firms raise venture capital and secure media placements valued at over $1,000,000. Working in-house, he has led media outreach for the Corporate Council on Africa’s USA-Africa Business Summit and worked in Marketing with Major League Soccer where he worked on analyzing TV ratings and marketing analytics
Meet the Contributors & Writers
A longtime resident of Prince George’s County, MD, He has been involved in the arts, entertainment and media communities of the DMV area for over 30 years. Abiola was Production Assistant for “Black, White and Blue”.
Barrington D. Martin II
Born and raised in the great city of Atlanta, GA, he is one of the foremost thought leaders and community leaders of his generation. Founder of the United Alliance PAC and former Congressional Candidate for the 5th District of Georgia.
A native of North Philadelphia, Toure founded the educational nonprofit organization, Black Guns Matter, in 2016. The organization advocates for the right to keep and bear arms, and promotes responsible ownership of firearms within African-American and urban communities.
A Southerner who’s lived on East and West coasts; currently resides in LA. A veteran of both corporate and blue-collar America, he brings a perspective to social commentary that all people from all walks of life can appreciate. Rex is most interested in the intersection between self-development and politics, and how we can come together by better understanding what drives us apart.
A lifelong resident of Stoughton, Massachusetts. Graduated from Umass Dartmouth with a Political Science degree. In his free time, you can find him reading, writing, or rewatching Sopranos.
A native of Chicago, an ordained minister and works as a finance professional in the banking industry. He’s a small “l” libertarian who was introduced to the political philosophy through the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns of Ron Paul.
A local journalist based in Washington, D.C. When he’s not questioning why he joined the media, he’s doing his part to restore some of its credibility with quality work.
Judge Joe Brown
A former Shelby County, Tennessee criminal court judge who starred in an American arbitration-based reality court show. It premiered on September 14, 1998 and ran through the 2012–13 television season for a total of fifteen seasons.
A passionate writer with a background in journalism and social media management. She is a free-speech advocate who hones in on her ability to reach across political spectrums to have engaging and transformative conversations to push the conscious of American culture forward.
Worked in politics from 2010-2019 before entering the business world. He served in the Trump administration as a senior advisor at the U.S. Treasury and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission after running several federal election and advocacy campaigns. His writing is published in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and former columnist for Forbes.