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How To Stand Up For What You Believe In

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Today, no matter what your political persuasion or social issue that you hold dear, there is a need for courageous people to stand up and be heard.

Marches, protests, boycotts, sit-ins, and sit-downs are all fashionable today – but, are they the best way to stand up for what you believe in?

Is your means of communication effective in getting folks to talk about your issue? During the National Anthem sit-down debates, it was interesting that there was very little conversation in most circles about racial oppression, or other issues that the demonstrations were about.

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