When it comes to being an activist, are you more the type to stand on stage or lead the parade? Or are you more of an introvert? Maybe you'd prefer to stamp envelopes  or organize things behind the scenes.  In her new book, MICRO ACTIVISM: How You Can Make a Difference in the World Without a Bullhorn, author and activism, coach Omkari Williams opens our minds to making an impact in our own unique ways.

If you're thinking, "Well, I'm not an activist," press play. You might be surprised. 

About:
Author & Activism Coach, Omkari Williams, is the author of "MICRO ACTIVISM: How You Can Make a Difference in the World Without a Bullhorn." She leads workshops and trainings and is host of the popular podcast, Stepping into Truth, where she interviews people doing activism in their own unique ways. To help people identify their own way of activism she created the Activist Archetype Quiz ©. Williams was born and raised in Manhattan and now lives in western Massachusetts.

Omkari has worked as a political consultant and life coach for 30 years, with an emphasis on supporting activists who identify as introverted or highly sensitive. As a queer Black woman, she shares her own story of challenging injustice to empower others in making a difference in their communities.

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