Ramel Wallace is a rapper/Entrepreneur. He is the CEO of The Holyfield and board member of The San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art. He was born and raised in San Diego and specifically has 4 generations of ancestors that resided in Barrio Logan. In fact they know him as The Last Black Man In Barrio Logan. My care to this city is inherited and desired by nature. I am a community leader, public figure, recording artist, music engineer, motivational speaker, community leader, entrepreneur and a self proclaimed Living Artist. I am the Co-owner of thChrch, a creative incubator and community space. I am currently the owner of The Holyfield (Community Media Company) in founded in Barrio Logan. My roots as a Hip Hop artist has allowed me to turn my ability to control a crowd and turned it into an ability to run a business and lead a community. As an artist born & raised in San Diego, it is my mission to represent the underrepresented and to speak for the unspoken. I have taken that desire a step further and spoken at Creative Mornings, USD, UCSD, SDSU, A Reason to Survive (ARTS), David's Harp Foundation and many other nonprofits and institutions about how to use art as a form of social activism and therapy. I strongly believe Intolerance can be cured by exposure, but in order for things to be exposed they must be expressed. For the past 10 years I have been encouraging youth to express in order to identify with self

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