Memoirs of a Small town Activist “Mokah’s Journey”
For the past 2-3 years, I have been working on a book designed to inspire others and I wasn’t sure how or when I would complete this project. Finally after rearranging chapters, rewriting stories, removing and adding photos on numerous occasions, I am now ready to close the final chapter.
In 2016, when racial tension grew in downtown Athens, Ga. and the nation followed the brutal shootings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling, I stop sitting on the sidelines and jumped head first into activism. Now today, if you visit my home town you may find me at City Hall fighting for civil rights, working with the youth, or leading Community Workshops. I motivated by this experience to complete this project.
Memoirs of a Small Town Activist will include a collection of personal photo’s, real-life stories, and tips and advice on life and politics from my perspective as an activist, educator, hip hop entrepreneur, and mother.
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