Tamika Mallory is a nationally recognized civil rights activist and seasoned community organizer. She served as the youngest ever Executive Director of the National Action Network under Reverend Al Sharpton. Mallory was the co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington, the largest single-day demonstration in US history. She most recently gave what has been dubbed “the speech of a generation” – State of Emergency in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. She was recently on the Grammys and has a new book State of Emergency. Her new elevation has also attracted new critics, we address all of this.
What You Will Learn:
- Why we need to change the narrative about black leaders and wealth.
- How listening to collective critics can destroy you.
- Where the focus of the movement should be in the coming years.
- Why we must fight systems of oppression and not just focus on people we don't like.
Rob Richardson is the founder of Disruption Now Media, a platform that connects black and brown entrepreneurs, artists, and leaders through interactive events, educational content, podcasts, virtual and in-person summits.
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