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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of NELSON MANDELA

When Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born in 1918, South Africa was a country entirely different from what it is today. Since colonial times, people of color in South Africa were seen as second-class citizens despite the clear non-white majority.
 

A National Treasure: CONGRESSMAN JOHN ROBERT LEWIS


“In 1963 when I became the Chair of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), I had no idea that we would have such an impact. I was only trying to do my part and just help out. Growing up in rural Alabama during the 40’s and 50’s, I saw segregation and racial discrimination – I tasted the bitter fruit of racism and didn’t like it.”
 

Nilaja F. Wilkerson’s

God Can Dream a Bigger Dream for you...far beyond anything You could ever Imagine – Oprah Winfrey
 

Today’s Leading Man Jerome “Ro” Brooks is Inspired to Inspire


Jerome Ro Brooks,  also known as Michael on "The Haves and The Have Not's", the #1 hit show on the OWN Network says, "Being cast in Tyler Perry's #1 hit series is a joy and a blessing."
 

Introducing Thomas W. Dortch

“Effecting Change One Community at a Time”
 
When we are asked to name any of our great leaders, we often reflect on historical figures such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Reverend Andrew Young, Reverend C.T. Vivian, and so many of the renowned great leaders that rose to the occasion during the Civil Rights Movement. 
 

"Stay in Your Lane: Judge Karen's Guide to Living Your Best Life."

he first arrived on the scene in 2008 equipped with her burgundy robe, bold blond hair cut and vibrant personality.  Not only is she known to lay down the law and set records straight by reminding people to stay in their lane as she clearly elucidate in her first book, “Stay In Your Lane:  Judge Karen’s Guide to Living Your Best Life,” she is known by many as a compassionate individual.
 

JASMINE GUY: Fighting A Different World of Slavery “IM NOT YOURS”

These are just a few of the words and phrases used to entice and ultimately ensnare girls as young as 11 – years old into a dark world of modern day slavery in the form of Child Sex Trafficking.
 

Hank Stewart

Inspirational Speaker, Poet, Entrepreneur
 

Reverend Doctor Joseph E. Lowery B.A., B.D., LL.D., D.D., L.H.D.


Hailed as the “Dean of the Civil Rights Movement” upon his receipt of the NAACP’s “Lifetime Achievement Award,” Rev. Dr. Joseph Echols Lowery has assumed and executed a broad and diverse series of roles over the span of his eight decades: Leader, Pastor/Preacher, Servant, Father, Husband, Freedom Fighter and Advocate.  
 

John & Rhonda Wilkins

 John & Rhonda Wilkins FOUNDERS OF THE LEGENDARY AWARDS AND  LEGENDARY AWARDS FOUNDATION THE FAMOUS LEGENDARY AWARDS IS THE BLACK HOLLYWOOD OF THE SOUTH
 

Dora Din-Durant

Dora Din-Durant LEGENDARY AWARDS, Steering Committee Member LEGENDARY AWARDS FOUNDATION,  Director of Education AWARENESS IS ESSENTIAL IN MAKING A DIFFERENCE ONE PERSON AT A TIME
 

“There’s a new Sheriff in town!” Carl Payne II

Trendsetter to Trendsetters Magazine caught up with actor, Carl Payne II, while he was on location in Chicago with the Universal Circus.
 

Triple The Beauty


Dedra, Donna, and Dadra are three of a kind.  They were born in Center, Texas to WM and Beulah Lee Swindell. They are the last three of 10 children. 
 

Michael Mitchel and Tony Cornelius T2T Magazine supporters!

Trendsetters in January/February 2014 magazine
Michael Mitchell (Left), Vice President Strategic Marketing & Partnerships for Time Life (story on page 48-49)
 

Dr. Maya Angelou

“The free bird leaps on the back of the wind and floats downstream till the current ends and dips his wings in the orange sun rays and dares to claim the sky…The caged bird sings with a fearful trill of things unknown but longed for still and his tune is heard on the distant hill, for the caged bird sings of freedom.” (I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings-Maya Angelou)
 

JUDGE MABLEAN EPHRAIM: COURT IS BACK IN SESSION

There are people who pass through this world and leave footprints that enhance your life, inspire you to pursue your dreams, and compel excellence.  Judge Mablean Ephriam is one of those people. 
 

Stacii Jae Johnson, Who’s Who in Black Atlanta Associate Publisher

“Atlanta has often been considered a place where dreams come true, and the spirit of entrepreneurship and opportunity welcomes dreamers in Atlanta to be the best of the best,” says Johnson. 
 

Gwen Mason “An Amazing Woman of Purpose”

As I sat in front of Gwen Mason preparing for her interview, I couldn’t help but think about all the times I’d seen her at different public functions and never really took the time to strike up a conversation, or get to know her.