Welcome to BrotherSpeak

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The Post, in cooperation with the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, explores the experiences of black men in America in a the three-part video series titled “BrotherSpeak”. For the series, we asked a range of black men to discuss three words: Fear, love and dream. Watch the videos below.

    BrotherSpeak: Exploring the lives of black men

    The Post begins a three-part video series that asks: What do you fear, love and dream of?

    BrotherSpeak: Exploring the lives of black men

    The Post continues its three-part video series that asks: What do you love?

    BrotherSpeak: Exploring the lives of black men

    The Washington Post continues its three-part series that asks: what do you dream of?

    BrotherSpeak: Fear- The conversation continues

    BrotherSpeak: Fear- The conversation continues

    The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, Urban Cusp and The Root DC hosted a Twitter chat exploring black men and the word "Fear."

    BrotherSpeak: Dream- The conversation continues

    BrotherSpeak: Dream- The conversation continues

    The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, Urban Cusp and The Root DC hosted a Twitter chat exploring black men and the word "Dream".

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