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Micro Activism. The book cover 'Micro Activism' has it's title and subtitle; "How You Can Make a Difference in the World without a Bullhorn." There are rays of color.
Micro Activism. The book cover 'Micro Activism' has it's title and subtitle; "How You Can Make a Difference in the World without a Bullhorn." There are rays of color.

Yes, you are an activist

   

This week, we are asking the important questions about 2024. Like, what plant will we fall in love with? And what body part will be in style? Those are some of the ponderings included in a recent story on next year’s trends in T: The New York Times Style Magazine. We put the co-hosts of Fanti, Tre’vell Anderson and Jarrett Hill, to the test. They are also the co-authors of Historically Black Phrases. Tre’vell’s recent book is titled We See Each Other.

Then, Omkari Williams tells us about her new book Micro Activism: How You Can Make a Difference in the World Without a Bullhorn. In it, she argues that everyone can be an activist and that working on a small scale can create lasting change.

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