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In this edition, we touch on organizations that monitor police brutality and misconduct, Rodney W. Jacobs, Jr. certainly walks the talk when helping out his Miami, FL community. Thai “THAIGA” Edwards out of Chicago opened up and gave us a powerful testimony about his life dealing with adversity and how he overcame those obstacles, we have a video interview prepared for you that will leave you inspired, stay tuned for the release. A fellow Chicago native Marseil Jackson talked to us about the numerous actions he is taking to bring his community closer. LockWest put Lynwood, CA on the map along with his VYBE JUNKII movement. He was genuine with his experience as an entertainer in the music industry.

Last but not least, we have the famous Los Angeles fashion Guru bringing us managed chaos. It is a thing of beauty to watch Parris Harris at work; I read somewhere that it’s scientifically impossible for a brain to multi-task and focus on two things at a time, I can tell you that’s a false statement. Parris can, and, do multi-task, he possesses a superhuman trait when putting together fashion shows. We also have articles from Dr. John Nelson and Silvia Santos on Mental Health. We don’t talk enough about mental health struggles these days, and I will use my platform to bring more awareness going forward. Just remember that YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

Enjoy this month’s issue of the Boss Mann.

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7 comments

  1. I like the concept of you Magazine and if interested I have a Story that Would make for a Great Read Of a Young Man who Has over come some very difficult obstacles to get where he is today. I would you guys to feature his story of Beating Cancer not Once but twice to becoming Hip Hop soon to be Newest sensation.

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  2. Hello,
    I was wondering if there will be any summer internships open at bossman magazine. I saw there was a fall internship open but I am currently in school so I’d love for the opportunity to do an internship in the summer.

    Thank you,
    Samantha Tado

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