Jesse Muhammad is a Houston-based staff writer for The Final Call Newspaper which was founded by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and is the only remaining Black-owned weekly in the U.S.
Brother Jesse is an award-winning blogger, a touring motivational speaker, an active community servant, social media strategist and weekly news analyst for Sound of Soul Radio which airs every Wednesday at 1pm on KPFT 90.1 FM in Houston.
Because of the Trayvon Martin incident, we thought it would be great time for Jesse discuss “The Status Of The Black Man In North America”.
Jesse talks about his reaction when he first heard about the Trayvon Martin case, the challenge on writing about the case and walking a fine line between reporting and personal feelings, his thoughts on the media coverage of the Trayvon Martin incident including what he feels will happen to George Zimmerman.
As the interview continues Jesse shares his thoughts on life as I Black man in North America today, some of the problems that Black men face and to how to resolve challenges Black men are facing today.
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