Obsidian News has offices in Senegal, South Africa and Brazil. The sharp truth: local, national and global. In this interview, Juel gives a synopsis of the life of a black media entrepreneur, including his Afrocentric view of media and how it should be used. He also gives insight on New Jersey politics and an update on his work with the parents of Lavena Johnson, the US soldier who is believed to have been brutally raped and murdered while on tour in Iraq.
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