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This question goes out to all black men in uniform: Why did you become a police officer and how do you act around your white colleagues?

Elijah Smith’s question feels especially poignant right now as tensions continue to mount over the death of Michael Brown and the race gap in the Ferguson Police Department comes under scrutiny. To shine light on career choices that some young black men may not understand submit your answer here and share with your network. 

To learn more about Question Bridge: Black Males go to questionbridge.com

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Jesse Williams ( jessehimself​ ) wants to know what to do if an officer is harassing him. In light of the ongoing #MichaelBrown investigation in Ferguson we’re calling all black male lawyers, rights activists and associations, and those with past experience with police to post your advice here then share this video and spread the word to your network. Learn more at questionbridge.com 

Hear what Leimert Park Had to Say…

From July 26-31st, 2014 we spent a week in Leimert Park as part of Papillion Art’s five-week video residency.  We launched a yearlong series of recording sessions in this vibrant community, which was truly an honor! 

Papillion Art is a new contemporary art gallery that aims to instigate a renaissance of sorts in the Leimert Park area. At its helm is Michelle Papillion, who is dedicated to the idea of bringing integrating bold new contemporary art from brilliant emerging voices into the community. Coupled with the area’s history and legacy, this gallery is already making an impact and turning heads. Be sure to add it to your next Los Angeles itinerary.

We recorded several men and helped others download our app. The question themes ranged widely. From the thoughtful "What can black men do to alleviate the suffering that is occurring in the Black community?

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 to an intriguing question about cultural influence- "What was so good about Tupac? What did you take away from his life?", each new question begs a conversation. image

We seek new video contributions from black men across the country to help change the narrative around Black Male identity. Download the app from iTunes (iPhones, iPads) or Google Play (Android) and contribute a response or new questions.

If you are interested in partnering with us, email info@questionbridge.com. 

The Conversation Continues…

Did you miss the chance to record a Question Bridge video with our team  in Los Angeles?

You can always head to questionbridge.com or QB Mobile to join the conversation. It’s growing every day- and men from Leimert Park, Los Angeles added over 10 new questions to the discussion. They are waiting for your response! 

Get the free app on iTunes or Google Play today.

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By participating, you help Represent&Redefine Black Male identity in America, and contribute to the growing dialogue. We need you!

Question Bridge Interactive is HERE!!

After several years in the making, we are thrilled to announce the launch of Question Bridge Interactive (beta), a new platform designed to broaden a spectrum of voices in the campaign to represent and redefine black male identity in America. 

Start exploring on www.questionbridge.com or download the app from iTunes or Google Play

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

Starting May 2014 you can add your voice to Question Bridge Interactive 

This interactive platform invites users to join an intimate, transformative conversation, mediated by video exchanges. New participants can contribute new questions or answers using the mobile app or website. 
Questions: info@questionbridge.com

QUESTION BRIDGE: BLACK MALES - MOTHER TO SON: A FRANK DISCUSSION AND LETTERS OF LOVE

DuSable Museum of African American History is hosting a round table discussion surrounding the relationship between black mothers and their sons on Thursday, May 1st 6:30-8:30pm

Members free/$5 General Admission

Event and RSVP details here

740 East 56th Place, Chicago, IL

CAAM Presents Having The Conversation - ‘Black Men and Police Protocol’

California African American Museum in Los Angeles is hosting a panel discussion about racial profiling, protocols for public behavior, and managing interactions with the police. Having The Conversation - ‘Black Men and Police Protocol’ starts at 2pm on Sunday, April 27th

Event and RSVP details here  

DuSable Museum of African American History in Chicago is hosting Question Bridge: A Dialogue Amongst Black Men on Thursday, April 24th 6:30-8:30pm.
Moderated by Kendall D. Moore. Guest Speakers and Panelist include Dr. T. Hasan Johnson, Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu, Ronald “Kwesi” Harris, Jedidiah Brown, Ja’Mal Green, Professor George Bailey, Runako Jaji and more.
Free for members/$5 General Admission
Purchase tickets here 
740 East 56th Place, Chicago, IL

DuSable Museum of African American History in Chicago is hosting Question Bridge: A Dialogue Amongst Black Men on Thursday, April 24th 6:30-8:30pm.

Moderated by Kendall D. Moore. Guest Speakers and Panelist include Dr. T. Hasan Johnson, Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu, Ronald “Kwesi” Harris, Jedidiah Brown, Ja’Mal Green, Professor George Bailey, Runako Jaji and more.

Free for members/$5 General Admission

Purchase tickets here 

740 East 56th Place, Chicago, IL

Question Bridge will be at Harvard University for a Film Screening and Discussion On Redefining Black Male Identity in America with Bayeté Ross-Smith this Friday, April 18th 6:30-9:00pm. RSVP Here http://questionbridgeharvard.eventbrite.com/

Question Bridge will be at Harvard University for a Film Screening and Discussion On Redefining Black Male Identity in America with Bayeté Ross-Smith this Friday, April 18th 6:30-9:00pm. 

RSVP Here http://questionbridgeharvard.eventbrite.com/