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I was honored to have been invited on the PodCypher podcast as part...
Thank you to news editor Tami Patzer, editor-in-chief Steve Olsher, and the entire...
Manny Faces was the guest on the SoundOff With Jamz podcast where he discussed his background in independent Hip-Hop journalism, and his current work advocating for Hip-Hop culture.
A discussion for artists, parents, educators, Hip-Hop heads, and America.
Listen as Manny Faces discusses hip-hop music and culture, as well as his work with The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy and the News Beat podcast.
Manny discussed the state of mainstream journalism, as well as the world of hip-hop journalism, and how the News Beat podcast uniquely tackles social justice issues.
A new video series spotlights individuals and organizations using hip-hop music and culture in innovative, inspirational, and insightful ways
Manny Faces has been chosen as a featured speaker at a revolutionary tech conference happening...
News Beat, a groundbreaking podcast series melding investigative journalism and original music and lyrics, released its season finale, "Why We Riot." Manny Faces is the executive producer of News Beat.
News Beat is an innovative new podcast series executive produced, produced and engineered by Manny...
Hip-hop journalist, producer and lecturer Manny Faces has been tapped by New York-based publishing company Morey Publishing, to produce an informative and entertaining news podcast series, News Beat.
Manny Faces appeared on the Sunday, August 2, 2015 episode of Bodega Fresh Radio to speak about his work in journalism and hip hop advocacy.
Manny Faces guest hosted Legends TV with Evan Ginzburg, interviewing Queens-based rap collective the Karma Kids, and joining Evan, co-host Steve Ludwig and guests on the couch
Conversations with Sean Bono, who runs ArtBattles, Kid Lucky about his new group Nu Voices, and documentarian Bryan Sheiner from TheBeeShine.com
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Sometimes the “right thing” doesn’t feel good. It can hurt. It can be scary. In some cases, like in mine, your actual life is going to be on the line.
It ain't where you're from. It's where you're at. And where you're going.
I've started a lot of things. Birthplace Magazine. The NY Hip Hop Report. The Manny Faces...
You ever hear of “the impostor syndrome?” I don’t know the full definition, but from what...