5 Minute Activism – Night Shift with Tony Trupiano

I was on with Tony Trupiano last night to discuss 5 Minute Activism.

We include 5 Minute Activism at the end of every BFM Weekday Briefing. In this podcast we discuss,

  • What is 5 Minute Activism?
  • Why is 5 Minute Activism important?
  • Some examples of 5 Minute Activism
  • Avoiding overcommitment as an activist
  • 5 Minute Activism builds civic engagement, and civic engagement is the most important thing you can do as an American.

5 Minute Activism is partially inspired by Robert F Kennedy’s Ripple of Hope:

Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance. ~Senator Robert F. Kennedy, June 6 1966 (South Africa address)

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  1. Lisa Patrell says:

    POSTUS said Immigration is back on–this is @OFAWashtenaw & @OFA_MI doing it: http://ofawashtenaw.com/?ai1ec_event=tuition-equality-forum&instance_id=4752 … …

    OCT21: Panelist led discussion on tuition equality for undocumented immigrants, in cooperation with Michigan Immigration and Labor Law Assoc.
    OCT24: The Dream Is Now, Press Conference & Screening

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