Call to Action Through Community Engagement

The Inspiration Corner

Community engagement is a beneficial tactic to engage some, most, or all of the community against a profitable cause and/or an arising awareness.

Usually, community engagements occur when there’s a need for a call-to-action or a special interest within the geographic area. For example, in the United States, the country came together to fight against segregation and discrimination during the 1950s and 1960s.

In today’s time, most communities are standing against police brutality and pushing towards equal rights for all, regardless of race, sex, creed, gender, religious background and/or practices, and social and economical backgrounds.

The ultimate way to focus on uniting a community is accepting the past for what it was and prompt the future to move forward from old mistakes. The biggest issue is police brutality linked to generations of racial hatred and slavery. As a community, if we unite against hate while respecting many boundaries, we can co-exist within our own communities and neighboring ones.

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