Malcolm X: Just be a decent human being to the next man and we wouldn’t have a lot of the problems we have

Introduction

Well at the moment I’m an author and i work at an after school program, I attend Oakwood University with a broadcast journalism major, and I’m from Queens, NY

What inspires you do what you do?

If you mean specifically what happened between me and my school i was making sure something like that didn’t happen to anyone again in my school or in any school across the country making them think twice and as far as my other activism i strive to be someone to try to bring my people together because I’ve seen how strong we can be if we are together

What is a positive message you would like to tell people in the world?

Just look out for each it’s so important because we are all we got it shouldn’t made what race color gender just be a decent human being to the next man and we wouldn’t have a lot of the problems we have

What is a moment in your life that was life-changing for you?

I would have to say when my school denied my name it really went to show me the institutional racism even in 2020 and that you can’t put anything past anyone

What is some struggles you’ve faced in your life?

I would have to say everything that went on with me and my school and before that an incident where a lot of my peers were talking down on me and making fun of me so getting thru that a was rough for me

Last question how do you feel about life and what changes did you make to be where you are now?

I feel good about life and i had to change my mindset of letting something negative get to me that you always have to turn your negatives to positives strictly off of how you react i could let what happened to me get to me and stay angry at my school instead this year i dropped my first book about the whole incident

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