According to sportsecyclopedia.com, Bert Bell, who was National Football League (NFL) quarterback and the first commissioner coined the statement, “On any given Sunday, any team can beat any other team.” Well, Esther Coleman is a renaissance volunteer and on any given… Read More
Kyle Upshaw is 23 years old, and he is a Morehouse Man. He recently graduated, but this mild-mannered man, hangs out with friends, yet makes time to get involved. He currently mentors five students through the Joseph E. Lowery Institute based… Read More
Street Soldier Blog is where hip hop advocates: volunteers, protesters and advocates are showcased.
hip hop advocate defined: a street soldier, who is a person that takes their advocacy off the couch, and uses his or her energy in a raw unapologetic, but smart and strategic manner allowing a plan of action to flow like a hot rap lyric that produces results for a cause or issue of choice.
A protester with a hip hop twist is a person, who uses energy in a raw and unapologetic manner to make a point, take a stand for a cause or issue while holding a clever sign and chanting powerfully like a rapper performing at an arena for the very first time.
You see, hip hop advocates takes ownership of their assignment: protester, marcher, worker activist or advocate – yet they are flexible with a spirit of cooperation. The creative ones are ready to flow with ideas, like a hip hop artist spitting righteous lyrics.
hip hop advocates knows it is not about just throwing money at the cause, or being a number in the crowd, but they have a willingness to fight for changes that endure and “do more than scratch the surface.” Fight the Power!
Do you know volunteers, @BoldVolunteers, advocates or protesters that do more than scratch the surface?
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