Black Lives Matter

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Fighting nazis
I spoke with my friend Molly about the danger of organizing with violent fascists to achieve your economic political objectives.

https://therealnews.com/matthew-heimbach-and-the-lefts-vulnerability-to-fascist-infiltration
Supported Black Lives Matter social movement
An essential part of my life is being socially active in what I believe is an important aespect in life. Unfortunately, lives of innocent Black people have been taken by cruel police brutality. 

While driving home, I ran into a car protest headed downtown. Dedicated to the Black Lives Matter movement, I changed my route, quickly grabbed some cardboard, and wrote BLACK LIVES MATTER with my sharpie. Driving while my partner held the sign, we participated in the activism we still need today. Black lives matter, and will forever matter. 
Supported Black Lives Matter social movement
Jun 15, 2020
Supported Black Lives Matter social movement
BLACK LIVES MATTER
Normalize Anti-Racism, Normalize Equality

Designers hold a highly important role in society — having both social and cultural responsibilities that deeply affects cultural identity and social structures, amongst many other factors.

This project is in support of the Black Lives Matter social movement, unravelling how graphic design plays a role against racism.

— Softwares used / Figma

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Attended an event
Supported Black Lives Matter social movement
black voters matter
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Attended the Good Trouble Vigil in Washington, D.C., commemorating the passing of Congressman John Lewis, and promoting passage of the For The People Act, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement act, and D.C. Statehood.

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May 15, 2021
Graduated with my degree in Electrical Engineering
Supported Black Lives Matter social movement
Valued Black Excellence
Recognized Black People in STEM
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May 15, 2021 • This day served as the closure to a book that should’ve been closed to a year prior (actually graduated last May) but something called a pandemic hit our country disabling a long waited in-person graduation. Well, 5 years beforehand I stood on the stage of my high-school graduation to deliver a message as a valedictorian about staying true to yourself and not allowing anyone to stand in your way. I wanted to do something similar but applicable for my college @coloradoschoolofmines gradation and applied to be the student speaker but was not chosen. Well… that is not going to stop this black engineer that fought through trialing years at a PWI from sharing my message with you all. And yes, Black Lives STILL Matter. ✊🏾👨🏾‍🎓
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