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In this final installment of our Black History Month series called ‘Forward,’ Justin revisits some of the most powerful and impactful advice from his interview with Black Lives Matter founder, Alicia Garza on how we can push for change in an authentic, strategic and effective way. Justin reminds us all that ACTION is essential for any type of progress and that we must involve ourselves in ways big and small to support the social change movement, to flex our collective power economically to push our agenda, and to use our voices to make our community a key player in the political process that drives this country FORWARD.
We ALL have more in common than that which divides us. Hosts of ground-breaking podcast, Me and the Gay Homie, DeOtis Tole and Joe Gardina, chat with us about common misconceptions in the Black community between gay and straight men. Plus, catch an interesting discussion about the often-debated question of whether people are born gay, and a perspective on how we all can start to mend fences and bridge some of the cultural divide that has surfaced due to the current socio-political climate. It’s time we take a stand in our community by not only saying, Black Lives Matter, but showing we mean it by unconditionally embracing ALL of our brothers and sisters.
To check out the Me and the Gay Homie podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/me-and-the-gay/id1202087371
After a routine traffic stop led to the death of his life partner, Sociologist, Community Organizer, and Entrepreneur Brandon D. Anderson founded Raheem, an independent service for reporting police conduct in the US. In this episode, he tells us exactly how to up police accountability and transparency, and drive REAL reform.
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Can one person really make an impact? In this era of the resistance, it’s easy to get stressed and overwhelmed to the point of inaction. In this episode, special guest and Social Impact Strategist, Tia Oso delivers 3 easy ways we can all assert our personal power to enact change in our communities.
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