today is malcolm x’s birthday. he’s one of my heroes.
when i was in the 11th grade my grandmother sent me a book of malcolm x’s speeches. it was undoubtedly one of the best gifts i have ever received. the book, which i read from cover to cover in less than a week, awakened my revolutionary spirit and serves as the foundation for the career i am building as a PR practitioner and social justice fighter.
using my PR skills I will launch the #ugotjuice movement later this year. i will provide advocacy training for organizations and communities on how to build their advocacy voice and create long-lasting community change. in that spirit, i have developed a few advocacy tips (juice tips) that seek to empower and embody the spirit of malcolm x.
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as my friend ahmad daniels says: “to your journey.”
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