Across the world, people are taking to the streets to protest racial inequality and injustice. Their purpose is to end extreme poverty and preventable disease is rooted in the fight for equality and justice. Everyone everywhere can lead a life of dignity and opportunity. But as you know, to make a change requires using your voice and taking action.
Exercise your rights
We all want to get the world in better shape. Exercising your rights is one of the best things you can do to make the world a more just and equal place.
Whether it’s your right to protest, free speech, your right to vote, or your right to petition, it’s important to use your rights for the good of the world. Through these exercises, you can help get the world in the best shape possible!
Organize your community
Organizing your community will allow you to take bigger, better and clearer actions to make change happen. Advocating in your community is a big task, but there are small steps you can take to get started.
Online community forums and open-door meetings can help you meet new people who care about the same causes as you do. Once you have people who want to get involved in your cause, think about what actions you can take together and start planning. You can learn from our other seasoned activists. These expert advocates use the power of local activism to make massive change happen.
Read more things that inspire you
Whether fiction or nonfiction, stories or stats, fantasy-based or fact-based, there’s no denying the power of a good read. Reading something new can strengthen your knowledge, connect with an issue, inspire you to take action, or give you valuable insights into the world around you.
The more you read, the better equipped you are to make change happen.
Make good investments
Whether it is your time or your money the idea behind investing is simple: by paying a little more today, we get a lot more in return in the future. By encouraging our leaders, governments, and communities to invest in the equitable distribution of education, health services, and infrastructure, we can build a more inclusive society as a whole.
Take action with friends and family
No matter what issues you care about, chances are you’re not alone. There’s power in numbers, and having the people close to you by your side can make your activism even more impactful.
You can even make new friends through your passion to make a difference! There are plenty of groups and organizations where you, your friends and family, and anyone else can get involved