Naoka Foreman Examines “Humanomics” With Meek Mill

With the very first of The Majority, entitled Probation: The Leash, being about the disproportionate incarceration of rapper Meek Mill, social activist, Naoka Formandecided to make her sixth issue about Mill’s release from prison. In this month’s issue Foreman compares the treatment of Stanford University swimmerBrock 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 judgement 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.

Naoka Foreman – The Majority

Las Vegas based Documentarian, Journalist, and Advocate – Naoka Foreman introduces “The Majority” as her latest project. “The Majority” is a monthly newsletter series that intends to discuss “issues faced by the American people who are marginalized and disenfranchised…” as Foreman states. Using Facebook as her current outlet, Foreman dropped a preview for the first issue via her status feed, the article was inspired by Meek Mill’s most recent prison sentence. In the article Foreman explains how Meek’s situation is a possible reality for millions of Americans that we forget to sympathize with:


Digital and print copies of “The Majority” are expected to be released with upcoming issues.
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