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  A lifestyle magazine dedicated to the arts.




New Year, New Movement.

We’re not gonna lie, 2016 was a pretty bumpy year.
The deaths of numerous icons in music and the arts.
The election. Natural disasters. The election. But with
all of these things, there were positives to be found
out there.

What will 2017 hold? We don’t really know. What we
here at Manifesto do know is, we will continue to give
you your dose of dopeness. We’ve faltered a bit over
the past year - life offline for all of us has been hectic
and beautifully frenetic. But rest assured, Manifesto
will still be giving you jewels for the crown.

Keep rocking with us. 


To "The Greatest"...Rest In Power, Muhammad Ali

Late last Friday night, the world took a blow to the gut as 
it learned that Muhammad Ali passed away at the age of 
74. There truly aren’t enough words to capture what Ali
meant to many of us. There aren’t enough words to describe
the void of his passing. But, let us celebrate the man’s legacy
inside and out of the ring as arguably the most impactful
athlete and champion for the people ever.


Farewell, Prince.

We mourn the passing of, and celebrate the life
of Prince Rogers Nelson, gone too soon this past
Thursday. But as the man told us himself, “there
is an afterlife.” And we’re sure he’s rocking it out
there as he did here.  


Salute To Phife Dawg.

It’s a tough morning for us here at Manifesto.

Rest In Peace Malik “Phife Dawg” Taylor, the
Five Foot Assassin of A Tribe Called Quest. Gone
too soon.  


Hurricane Katrina, Ten Years Later.

It’s been ten years since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the 
Gulf Coast, particularly hitting hard the city of New Orleans,
Louisiana. We at Manifesto wanted to extend our thoughts
and prayers to those who stayed and rebuilt, and those who
continue to. To the people displaced to all points south and
even north who couldn’t go home. To those lives lost in the
murky and rising waters, those who suffered in the hell of
those days in the late summer. Below are some links to really
good articles we hope you read to get more familiar with
the situation and the history.