Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson normally doesn't give his opinions about celebrity relationships, but decided to speak on the hot topic of Cardi B and Offset.

When Black History Month comes around, people go back and forth in debate about its necessity.

Just about every day, the news announces another one of Donald Trump‘s picks for president. They are generally disturbing, but Jeff Johnson especially has an issue with Ben Carson‘s cabinet position, which he is just simply beyond unqualified for, moreso for his life experiences than professional ones. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Click on the […]

The day has finally come! After a long, long campaign season, the madness in some way, shape or form ends tonight, when America finally finds out who it has chosen to be its next president. Still, despite everything we have had to deal with in this crazy election season, the battle does not end when […]

As you know, election 2016 is a very high-stakes election year. With two very different major Presidential candidates on the ballot, the country could go in one of two starkly different directions. Voter turn out is even more important this year than it has been in recent years, so Jeff Johnson has got us covered […]

Earlier this week, the world lost Darren Seals, a 29-year-old activist who had been working for years, but was known for his work after the murder of Mike Brown in Ferguson. Jeff Johnson explains that the work of people like Darren always puts them at great risk. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Seals was found […]

Jeff Johnson offers some more commentary on Colin Kaepernick‘s decision to speak out by sitting down during the National Anthem. While his choice of protest has been criticized by many, it has also been supported by more- judging by the spike in purchases of his NFL Jersey, and the recent announcement of his plan to […]

From August 12-14th, 2016, four trillion gallons of rain fell in Louisiana, leading to the rescues of about 20,000 people. 10,000 are living in shelters, and other people have even lost their lives. But despite all the tragedy and chaos, there has been nothing but unity in Louisiana as communities try to battle the flooding […]

Jeff Johnson called into “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” to give us ‘3 Things You Should Know.’ He talked about how encouraging it was to watch athletes open the ESPY’s with compelling statements on police violence. Johnson feels like this will become the new norm and will have other celebrities coming out to voice there […]

Not only was Muhammad Ali a heavyweight champion in his boxing career, but his work in civil and human rights made him a hero for just about everyone. As the world mourns the loss of one of the most revolutionary figures black history, his passing has brought us to reexamine his life and legacy. Sign Up […]

Aisha Tyler, co-host of The Talk recently spoke her mind about black students who choose to attend HBCUs, saying it’s more ‘courageous’ to attend more predominantly white institutions. She says that the working world college graduates enter are more realistically like predominantly white schools, so black students she get used to the racial tensions that occur there sooner. […]

Jeff Johnson declared the book of the month to be Shaka Senghor‘s “Life, Death & Redemption In Prison.” Shaka discusses his motives in writing the book after…