Mora Spicer II obtained his B.A. in Sociology from Western Illinois University and Masters in Social Work from Chicago State University. Mora is also certified as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor in the state of Illinois. Mr. Spicer has worked, consulted and volunteered at both state and non- for profit entities. Mora has over 13 years of experience in the social work field. Mora is married to Nicole Spicer, EdS and they have two sons Mora III and Mason Spicer. Mora is also a active member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Hassahn Liggins : Whether behind the scenes or stealing the scene, Hassahn Liggins (HP) has had success in the entertainment industry as an accomplished Hip-Hop artist, songwriter, journalist, co-author of "The Soulful Parent", and the Co-Founder/Host of the Cypher Lounge Radio program. HP is also Producer/Writer of the critically acclaimed documentary film and web series, DEMOS.
The native Chicagoan aspires to be a "Certified World Changer!" Hassahn believes in changing the world for the better and he breathes those sentiments through his motto, "Don't wait on miracle, Be the miracle". Alongside a college friend, Hassahn created the life-changing nonprofit organization, "Be The Miracle," where he and his DePaul University colleague aim to end the senseless violence in Chicago and beyond.
Now partnering with Mora Spicer, Hassahn wants to open the world's eyes to a familiar yet untold story of the crack cocaine epidemic, its link to corporate America, and the black experience.