Daily Archives: June 20, 2014


By: Deric Muhammad From the time the first slave ship landed in Jamestown, Virginia life in America has been a rough journey for Black people. Four hundred and fifty seven years later statistics indicate that it still is. And if being Black in America isn’t rough enough, try having a felony on your criminal record. […]


Interview with H2H Magazine

Ebony S. Muhammad (EM): You are going into your 3rd annual Black Male Summit on November 17th . What inspired you to begin this special seminar for young boys and men? Deric Muhammad (DM): Growing up in the inner-city without a father, myself, I realized how easy it was for me to relate the young […]