The rally will call on New Jersey governor Phil Murphy to be accountable to the 94 percent of Black voters who helped him win the state’s 2017 gubernatorial contest.
About Manny Faces
Manny Faces is an award-winning journalist, lecturer, podcaster and DJ. He is the founder of the online hip-hop publication Birthplace Magazine and a non-profit, The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy, which works to increase public understanding of hip-hop culture. Manny also produces and hosts News Beat, a groundbreaking social justice podcast that blends hard-hitting journalism with music.
Entries by Manny Faces
A sweet deal for kids: M&Ms and Newark’s Division of Recreation and Cultural Affairs are once again partnering on a free Halloween giveaway.
Here Come The Lords was released in 1993.
The exhibit is a touching and beautifully designed tribute to Whitney Houston.
Panels will tackle subjects such as obtaining challenging contract work, balancing home and work lives, self-care and well being, and exploring alternative financing options for women entrepreneurs.
Tickets are currently on sale for the dance, which takes place December 15th.
A wide-ranging discussion about Wyclef’s upbringing, his musical inspirations and roots, production techniques, travels to distant lands, and collaborations with some of the world’s most acclaimed artists. Inside “An Evening With…” Wyclef Jean.
Newark joins New York and London as cities that have installed “Link” kiosks along pedestrian thoroughfares, providing high-speed wifi, mobile phone charging, free domestic phone calls, navigation assistance and more, all at no cost to users or taxpayers.
The singer is back for his annual Valentine’s Day performance at Prudential Center.
An impromptu cypher. A rousing speech. Inside a mural unveiling honoring Wyclef Jean.