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Yasss! Black Man: Author R.L. Byrd

Atlanta Author, R.L. Byrd returns with continued discussions of love and life in his newest release of Black Coffee, and this time the Brothers have their say. In his debut novel, Looking for Sweet Love, Byrd introduced us to the Love Forum Divas – a panel of women who candidly shared the highs and lows of…

Yesss!…Black Man- The Men of M Bar Atlanta

Four young, well established African- American men have joined forces to partner in bringing the M BAR vision to life – Damien Gordon (Mixologist/ Owner), Yaw Botchey ( Marketing Director), Xavier Peoples (Client Relations),  and Melvin Simms (General Manager). M BAR will offer guests the definitive Atlanta bar and lounge experience. The juxtaposition of black…

Yasss…Black Man!: Johnny Gill

*Editors Note:  I came across this open letter via Huffington Post, and it was penned by Johnny Gill back in June during Father’s Day.  While reading it, I thought this letter deserved more publicity, as it spoke to what it means to truly be a “FATHER”, even if you’re not the husband.  I love his…

Yasss…Black Man! Jonathan Grimes

courtesy of Black Enterprise Jonathan Grimes can be described as the type of husband women want to marry, the type of man women are glad their friend married, and the type of friend you’ve always wanted. He’s funny, down-to-earth, a true conversationalist and thought purveyor and led by faith. On any given day, you will…

Yasss…Black Man!- Michael Render

With a resumé that includes trunk-rattling raps and repelling f**kboys, Killer Mike has finally decided to make the jump to public office. Killer Mike will be presumably running as Michael Render, his government name, for the vacant seat for District 55’s representative for Georgia’s House of Representatives. Tyrone Brooks, the previous seatholder, was forced to resign after…

Yasss… Black Man! – Brandon Frame

If you begin to speak about empowering movements and making an impact in our communities, Brandon Frame is a man that you must mention. His cumulative collection of experiences, skills, and talents result in selfless service for the present and future generations of leaders under his personal motto. Be Different. Growing up in Hartford, Connecticut,…

Yasss… Black Man!

Black Man

This new series will highlight our brothers who are promoting excellence and honor in the title of Man. We honor our Kings in this segment and at the same time providing our sisters with a truer perspective of our men.  Know a black man we should highlight?  Send info and photo to isis@ihearthatgirl.com!

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