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ATLANTIC CITY — Front Runner New Jersey is proud to announce that Brandon Edwards of Marlton, will serve as a journalist for FRNJ through the South Jersey Information Equity Project by Montclair State University’s Center for Cooperative Media.

The South Jersey Information Equity Project was conceived at the Center for Cooperative Media in late 2019 through a partnership with the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists. Its goal is to address media inequity in South Jersey, specifically by seeking to improve the quality and quantity of news and information produced by and for communities of color.

Edwards is an author, musician, entrepreneur, and founder of the nonprofit organization Born Leaders Activating the Community in Willingboro.

His latest literary work is a book series called “The Forest Through the Trees,” where he expounds on life and spirituality through a philosophical lens, bringing together all walks of life for unity and progression.

When Edwards is not writing about positively changing the world, he is out in the community practicing what he writes by creating content and organizing programs designed to shift the culture into a bright future.


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