October 01, 2015

Five Things My Trip to Selma Taught Me About Leadership

Artika Tyner
The exercise of leadership is the foundation of social change.

Leaders set the path for the future by building a collective vision of justice. This vision then inspires others to lift their voices for justice and join in the struggle to advance social change. Bloody Sunday is one such example. On March 7, 1965, civil rights leaders and community members marched with fierce determination to make the vision of equal access to voting rights a lived reality for all.  

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