The Realness album is a street diary that spoke to people around the world, so it’s fitting that Cormega has traveled the world in in the 15 years since its original release.
TheRealness 15-year anniversary shirt features the album release date and format on the chest and the 15-salute on the center-back.
Snag the shirt for men or women at ThisIsLiphe.com and grab tickets for the April 9th, New York kickoff of the Cormega Realness anniversary tour via ticketfly: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1123169
Want more merch? Check out The Realness tour gear site collaboration at: http://550xcormega.com to pickup everything from limited edition Cormega skateboard decks, to hoodies, prints and short-sleeved tees.
Last year our WAM!NYC Gender Justice in the Media conference was headlined by the amazing co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, Alicia Garza.
We had an engaging day of panels on gender and racial justice in the media. Who do you want to see at this year’s conference on June 25? Tell us!
Share your opinion on who should speak at the conference or what panel topics should be covered. Just click here.
Regina, Clarissa, Chevon, Amy and Victoria
[The WAM!NYC Board]
Excited to announce we have special holiday copies of the sold out coffee table book: #SeeWhatImSayin by TTK [@GOTTKGO]. Please get yours now if you’re planning to give it as a #holiday #gift to the #Jordan head, #comics lover, or #HipHop / #rap fan in your life.
We are receiving orders from all over the country and don’t want to run out. Thank you all for keeping this out of stock. Grab what we have for the holiday by emailing ArtByTTK@gmail.com.
Are you a woman looking for advice on how to take the next step in your career? Struggling to find mentorship in the digital media or journalism world?
Join us for WAMentoring, an informal conversation series with some of the most accomplished members of the NYC chapter of Women, Action & the Media (WAM!NYC).
This month’s mentor, Jamilah Lemieux is an award-winning, editor, writer, and speaker. She’s a leading millennial voice around issues of race, gender and sexuality. One of those pesky Black feminists who challenges the status quo, while remaining fresh and fab at all times.
Jamilah Lemieux’s work has appeared in Essence, Clutch, The Nation, the Washington Post, Gawker, and her award-winning blog, The Beautiful Struggler. In 2014, she was named to The Root 100 list of the nation’s most influential African Americans, as well as Fortune’s list of the most influential women on Twitter.
Light snacks and wine will be on deck as we delve into your deepest career-driven questions.
RSVP here – http://tinyurl.com/p9vr54w
I spoke to a group of filmmakers about the importance of social media and digital communications!
I had a blast watching people’s eyes light up when I answered questions about how customized communications strategies can help them. I felt honored to be invited to speak.
Need a consultation ?
Reach out to me at chevonmedia.com/contact !
“Our culture is doomed until the youth start thinking and create their own narrative because this current narrative followed by many in our own community is absolutely off. As a team and band of brothers we are pretty diversified in skill sets and experience but [mentoring youth apprentices] is the most important thing we are doing right now…” – Kenneth J Montgomery
Watch the video to check out my visit to the Brooklyn Combine and follow @BklynCombine on IG to stay up to date.