It’s hard to believe that exactly a year ago my company Intern Media published its second short story, featuring Baltimore native Carressa Christian, a courageous woman who survived years of drug addiction.
In America, so-called “Black-on-Black crime” has often been used to deflect from the issue of police brutality.
by Karl Nelson II, Intern Media I sat down with Carressa Christian, a drug addiction survivor, to discuss her life … More
Baltimore native Carressa Christian is living proof that one person’s pain can be another person’s healing.
by Karl Nelson II, Intern Media Intern Media’s first produced Short Story features 10-year Professional Basketball Player, Jonte “Not So … More
by Karl Nelson II, Intern Media The wait is over. Midterm Elections are here. I voted for the first time … More
by Karl Nelson II, Intern Media Rob Parker is a sports analyst with over 30 years in the media industry. … More
by Karl Nelson II, Intern Media “I just want to leave a committed life behind.” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, … More
by Karl Nelson II, Intern Media “This interview, in my opinion, keys in on the Black community. Black independence. Black … More
by Karl Nelson II, Intern Media Walking up the steps that lead to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birth home was … More