Personal responsibility is the only attitude strong enough to counter entitlement.
Yesterday evening I had the chance to be the proverbial “fly on the wall” in a town hall styled meeting for movers and shakers in a particular political cycle within the African American community.
Consistently I heard things like:
As one of a very small handful of Caucasians in the room, I can tell you it was a privilege, and honor and a great encouragement to be surrounded by so many passionate, educated, influential and vocal leaders within the black community. It was invigorating to see them act and hear them with strategic plans which have phenomenal power to transform the community we share. I am excited to see all the good as this “Who Really Cares” campaign continues to grow.
Leaders should get involved in movements which bring power, freedom, healing and hope to their communities, regardless who is leading the charge.
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