Spoken word artist and Ohio native Jamaica West strikes a deal with SlingShot Media and is currently working on her first EP.
When it comes to being a woman in the music industry, Christian Hip Hop specifically, Erica Mason works to remember who she is and how to let her work do the talking.
BLKSHPCO has been in action for nearly a year and a half and within that time has had the opportunity to not only make a difference in the creative Christian community but in the lives of the black sheep collective.
L3xDivine is definitely one of many CHH artists with a story to tell and a message to share unapologetically. Read about the artist as she discusses challenges she faces as an artist, opposition, and allowing God to be her guide.
Carleigh Courey Tubergen gets to live life doing what she loves as a graphic designer, illustrator, and floral arranger; living out her purpose of being created to create.
With the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, Texas-native Joseph Solomon teams up with the members of the P.I.A. Tour to help out families and churches in Houston, Texas.
From a man's perspective, Joseph Solomon's latest piece "Silhouette: in love with the shape of you?" aims to charge society to view women as whole.
Self-published and co-authored, "Write Bloody, Spill Pretty" offers glimpses into two women's varying experiences leaving poems unauthored for the freedom to fully dive in.
Erasure and whitewashing aren't new topics, but the damage they cause is often overlooked by justified responses rather than working to be inclusive.
Spoken Word artist Jamaica West's published her debut chapbook, Coffee Black, just in time for National Poetry Book. The chapbook experiments with a structure unlike many chapbooks and covers the diverse emotions of West's last two years " as life was lived."
On March 1, 2017, Resolute Magazine kicked off Women's History Month with Maya Angelou's "Phenomenal Woman." Here's a bit about the poem and the video we shot.
Poet Chiree Graham shares her latest piece "Dear "Strong" Black People."
Estefani Alarcon is a film, media & social justice student at Mount St. Mary's College in Los Angeles, Calif. She is also an immigrant shifting the conversation surrounding immigrants. This is her story.
We're already diverse, let's be inclusive.
Resolute Magazine is a publication for multiethnic movers + shakers. In 2017, the world of media is
still overwhelmingly white and we aim to do something about it. With each post we share, we're
putting yet another creative and entrepreneur on the map and adding to the conversation,
not taking away from it. The world isn't one color, and neither should the media be.