Creating a Successful Movement for Change
I live in Virginia and one day I was reading an article about a police officer in DC who would go from school to school speaking about the dangers of drug abuse. What caught my eye was his statement to the reporter, “I want to do what that white woman in California did about drunk driving.” It wasn’t the first time I had read statements like that in articles when someone was trying to make a difference.
These days activism is more relevant than ever and the need for change permeates our society. It is reflected in the ongoing phone calls and emails I have received for the past 40 years about such issues as ending sex and human trafficking, gun violence, sexual assault and discrimination. It is impossible for me to guide and mentor all those who contact me but I want to help everyone who would like to see a better world. And I have a found a way by creating Master Classes on How to Build a Successful Campaign for Change.