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Letter from the Publisher

              I want to start by saying how proud I am to present this long- overdue magazine. I am a
              28-year-old African-American man, still in school, working on my Bachelors degree in
              TV and Film production. What makes our project unique, besides the obvious, is that
              there are four components to it. We are a cyber-magazine (Amazing Black Lives), a
              hardcopy print magazine (Black Lives), a radio show (Amazing Black Lives Radio) and
              a TV show (Amazing Black Lives TV). Believe it or not, our approach is non-political,
              except for those times when we might cover people who have made their mark
              politically. We want all our publications to be informational, educational, inspirational
              and neutral.   We simply bring to light the wonderful things that black men, women and
              children have accomplished, and are accomplishing -- and how they are impacting
              others. The support we are receiving from across the world has been humbling.

              Through this publication, you will learn about a number of amazing black lives, many of
              whom are quiet successes, out of the spotlight. We will often feature individuals who
              will be new to you. This is exactly why we are here. We will cover outstanding people
              in many professions and industries, including Medicine, Science, Technology, Beauty,
              Culinary Arts, Aeronautics, Fashion, Fine Art, Architecture, Chess, Diplomacy, Brain
              Surgery, Rocket Science, Finance, Education, Robotics and more.            Each person has
              changed, or is changing, the lives of others.

              I invite you to join us in helping to build upon the positive wave that is sweeping our
              nation and our world. I am proud to be a part of our future. Over fifty years ago, Dr.
              Martin Luther King, Jr. shared his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. I am a millennial,
              one of the children and grandchildren of that dream.             Our mission, through our
              publications and productions, is to help make Dr. King’s dream come true for all.

              Bryce Brewer
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