Resistance In Color, Part 1: “Being Part Of The Movement” (Cameron Parker)


Cameron Parker is an Activist, writer and organizer. He has been vocal about the black experience as evidence of systemic racism in the workplace, Organized around gathering voters in Atlanta for the electoral process. He shares some of the experiences that led to his understanding of racism as a black man and how this bore the zeal to engage in activism work. He invites us to think about the ways we too can participate in resistance in whichever forms are most accessible that we can contribute our voices to advocating for change.

This episode was recorded on 5/14/2021.

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