Updated: Jun 30
Polite on Society celebrates the Black Future Newsstand's successful Harlem debut, highlighting the need for a fairer and more authentic representation of Black culture in our media landscape.
“Umber was created for moments like this,” said Mike Nicholls, founder and creative director
of Umber Magazine, one of the featured outlets in the Newsstand. “We’re all about globally
amplifying creative perspectives that matter, and I’m honored and humbled to have Umber be part of Black Future Newsstand. It’s critical to create and promote the future you want to see, particularly as it relates to Black publishing and journalism.”
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