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Young Black Leaders of Tomorrow!

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Leaders are not born they are made by hard effort” a quote by Vince Lombardi. Join CWT4  when two up incoming leaders Brent Hamlet and Cherno Biko talk about the issues and that they are passionate about. These young people have joined the movement to bring about change and awareness in the LGBT Community. They will talk about the growing movement among young people who will take the reins and keep it alive. Brent Hamlet prides himself on being a dedicated agent of change. His particular interests range from but are not limited to LGBT issues, Women issues and Voter issues. Brent wants to makes sure the voices of the young people are heard through registering people to vote. Also joining CWT4R is Cherno Biko Actor, activist and (now) writer is a first-generation Columbus native and a graduate of Ft. Hayes’s Black Box Theatre Company. She comes from a long ancestral line of human rights advocates, most notably, Uncle Steven Biko, who founded The Black Consciousness Movement. As such, this legacy of activism seems inherent to Cherno’s DNA.Cherno has spent time helping to make campuses safer places than in class, by facilitating LGBT panels, Gender and Sexuality 101 Workshops and Safe Zone Trainings. She has and currently is working on issues that are affecting the Transgender community. Cherno serves as a member of Trans People of Color Coalition, The National Black Justice Coalition, and The National Center for Transgender Equality,  Cherno also is a life-long member of the NAACP. Believing and living the vision of TransOhio, Biko is dedicated to making the world a safer place for all people to live authentically.

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