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Audience Members Participate in the Q&A Portion of manCODE

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About 180 African-American men came together in New York City at The Root's manCODE to network, share insights and engage with a multigenerational panel of black men from all walks of life. The event is designed to provide a safe space where men can speak openly about issues of family, business and social justice. The panel was moderated by Kweli Washington, executive vice president of strategy and client revenue solutions at Tinypass, and featured actor-singer Rotimi; Emery Snipes, the youngest son of Eric Garner, who died last July after being put in a choke hold by police in Staten Island, N.Y.; the Rev. Anthony Trufant of Brooklyn, N.Y.’s Emmanuel Baptist Church; digital media strategist Navarrow Wright; and Prudential Vice President Benjamin Robinson.
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