With the very first of The Majority, entitled Probation: The Leash, being about the disproportionate incarceration of rapper Meek Mill, social activist, Naoka Forman decided to make her sixth issue about Meek’s release from prison.
In this month’s issue, Foreman compares the treatment of Stanford University swimmer, Brock Turner, to musical artist Meek Mill and how their social relations create different outcomes within the justice system. Foreman goes in-depth about how an affluent pedigree can alter judgment in a system that is presented to be fair and just. Astounding and appalling, she ties in how social capital is a luxury, inherited by class privilege and “promotes the development or underdevelopment of a human being.” Digital and print copies are expected with upcoming releases.
Previously: Naoka Foreman – The Majority | Issue #4
Meek Mill dropped by Power 105 and talks Justice Reform, his opioid addiction, talks with Tip, Nicki Minaj and much more on The Breakfast Club. Read more
From trials and tribulations, to dreams and nightmares, Meek Mill dropped by Hot 97 to talk Justice reform, relationship with Owners of sports Team, and gives a snippet of new music to come in what may be his most honest interview to date on Ebro In The Morning.
Meek sat down yesterday with Angie Martinez and speaks on his time behind bars and what he’s doing now to not only change the system for himself but for everyone else fighting behind bars. Read more
Meek dropped by Power 105 and chops it up with Angie Martinez about the #FreeMeek movement and rallies, being locked up, Kanye West and helping others regain freedom. Check out the full extensive conversation with Meek here. Read more
Meek delivers the official visual for his ‘1942 Flows’ record. Directed by Spike Jordan. Wins And Losses out now. Read more
Following the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Win, Tee Grizzley released the official ‘First Day Out (Remix)’ featuring Meek Mill.
Meek Mill’s attorney Jordan W. Siev showed up to the Angie Martinez show on Tuesday with court documents.
YFN Lucci releases a new cut titled ‘Street Kings‘ featuring Meek Mill.
Meek Mill and Thugger Thugger drop the official visual for ‘We Ball’. This lives on his Wins & Losses album out now. Directed by Spike Jordan. Read more
While still being incarcerated, Meek Mill delivers the official visual for ‘Fall Thru’ off his Wins & Losses album out now. Read more
Thugger Thugger & Carnage aka Young Martha deliver the official visual for ‘Homie’ featuring Meek Mill. Directed by Oscar Hudson. Read more