Mr. Trammell is a digital media producer, freelance journalist, and author. He is currently a Chief Contributor at the Black Then History Network (BlackThen.com). Formerly, he wrote national radio content for the Michael Baisden Show.
Lil Baby to Win Quincy Jones Humanitarian Award at Second-Annual Music in Action Awards Gala
On Thursday (September 15), the Black Music Action Coalition (BMAC) unveiled the inclusion of new awardees for the second-annual Music in Action Awards Gala, which recognizes individuals, organizations, and firms that specifically employed their visibility to positively promote social change steadily for the past 12 months.
Eleven Years of Injustice: The Steven Harris Story (Part 1)
In 2016, a Mississippi man who clinically was classified as a schizophrenic, while imprisoned for 11 years without trial, got cleared of murder accusations against him – after a long fight for justice was previously undertaken to gain his freedom.
Once Played by Rapper Cam’ron in’ Paid in Full," Ex-Druglord ‘Alpo’ Martinez, Murdered in Harlem
A notorious NYC-born underworld figure, who was portrayed in a legendary film by talented rapper/actor Camron “Killa Cam” Giles (pictured right), was murdered execution-style in his hometown Sunday morning (Oct. 31).
Movie Review - "The Art of Letting Go: The Erica Jones Story"
The fabric of building wealth and generational greatness in Black America’s communities has historically been woven together by two key elements: Black-owned business enterprises and the strong families that incorporate them.
Soulful Revival: The Shalenda Gunnels Story
Rising From the Ashes The idiom “rise from the ashes” tell the story of a fictitious bird from Greek mythology called “the Phoenix.” However, the bird’s Greek name (Phoenix) derives from an ancient Egyptian (Kemetic) legend about “the bird of the sun god.”
See How This Woman Turned Incarceration to Incorporation
Proclaimed Emancipation to Privatized Incarceration In the United States of America’s national anthem titled “The Star-Spangled Banner,” a song lyric describes it as “the land of the free and the home of the brave.”
Model Behavior: Socialite Jamie N. Brown's Two-Year Road Thru Loss, Love, & Life
Two full years have passed since Vocal Media’s online community of professional photography published a feature story of mine, which profiled southern socialite Jamie Nicole Brown (pictured).