Donte Moss, T. Walker, and Brad Simmons are three young black men from North Carolina, and they think Portland is great. You don’t hear that kind of message too often and certainly not on this show. So, for Black History Month, we’re happy to share what these energetic and positive young men have to say.
Moss, a former defensive end for the Tar Heels, moved to Portland several years ago and has brought out Walker and Simmons to check the place out. Together they are part of the art and community promotional group S.O.U.L. Society. For them, Portland is a land of opportunity, free of the front-stabbing oppression of Southern-style racism. Cornelius sat down with them for an informal chat about their lives as black men, what it’s like in North Carolina, and why they think Portland is so exciting to them.
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