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Why I Fight for Equal Rights with Chanda Daniels

June 07, 2020 Kojo Thompson
The Why I Network
Why I Fight for Equal Rights with Chanda Daniels
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The Why I Network
Why I Fight for Equal Rights with Chanda Daniels
Jun 07, 2020
Kojo Thompson

Chanda is the Co Founder of "The Reclaim," a women's rights and gender equity organization that advocates for issues that effect women. She states that it can be challenging to find a safe space to speak out and be yourself so she created one. Along with her co founder, Chanda works to fill a gap that they see in DC women's groups, often having tough conversations and she feels that it's incredibly important to have the same conversations to empower and teach young adults. Enjoy!

This Interview was recorded on Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 and was released Sunday, June 7th, 2020, 2 weeks after the horrendous murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officers. This podcast stands for the equal rights of all humans walking this earth and anything less is unacceptable. The systemic racism that was founded with this country must end and speaking out about change is a necessary way of making that possible. I hope that this message, this episode, and these outrageous times in the news and world will open the eyes of the blind so they can see. I pray for everyone reading this message as well as humanity as a whole but especially for the protesters, ( My girlfriend and I are both African American and have attended protests in D.C. ) the family of George Floyd, and the politicians, business owners, teachers, police officers, as well as anyone else with high socioeconomic status to MAKE A CHANGE! R.I.P. George Floyd.


https://www.chandacdaniels.com/
https://www.thereclaim.co/
Social: @ChandaCDaniels


http://www.thewhyinetwork.com/
Social: @WhyiNetwork
Contact: kojo@thewhyinetwork.com

Show Notes

Chanda is the Co Founder of "The Reclaim," a women's rights and gender equity organization that advocates for issues that effect women. She states that it can be challenging to find a safe space to speak out and be yourself so she created one. Along with her co founder, Chanda works to fill a gap that they see in DC women's groups, often having tough conversations and she feels that it's incredibly important to have the same conversations to empower and teach young adults. Enjoy!

This Interview was recorded on Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 and was released Sunday, June 7th, 2020, 2 weeks after the horrendous murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officers. This podcast stands for the equal rights of all humans walking this earth and anything less is unacceptable. The systemic racism that was founded with this country must end and speaking out about change is a necessary way of making that possible. I hope that this message, this episode, and these outrageous times in the news and world will open the eyes of the blind so they can see. I pray for everyone reading this message as well as humanity as a whole but especially for the protesters, ( My girlfriend and I are both African American and have attended protests in D.C. ) the family of George Floyd, and the politicians, business owners, teachers, police officers, as well as anyone else with high socioeconomic status to MAKE A CHANGE! R.I.P. George Floyd.


https://www.chandacdaniels.com/
https://www.thereclaim.co/
Social: @ChandaCDaniels


http://www.thewhyinetwork.com/
Social: @WhyiNetwork
Contact: kojo@thewhyinetwork.com