Dr. Randy Short Washington, D.C. Representative and National Spokesperson for the Million Woman March and Universal Movement. His experience as clergy/para-academic, academic, media, and customer service. He taught at Howard University as a graduate assistant, lectured at Bowie State University, and served as an Associate Professor of History at Lane College. He has also taught American, African-American, World, Religious, and Social history courses. He has worked as a consultant in for Amnesty International, the Congressional Black Caucus, Books for Africa, and for The International Human Rights Association of American Minorities. He has worked as a National Park Service Ranger and a Production Assistant for the NewsHour. He has Organized men's and women's groups to combat violence and abuse against women and girls. Research and reported on social trends impacting African Americans in general and Black women in particular. Perform public presentations, speeches, media appearances, and lobby international bodies to support the human rights of African Americans. Advocate for safe drinking water and contraceptives. Organize training sessions for new activistic leadership on the grassroots level. Develop independent alternative news and information for weekly broadcast. Network with ethnic businesses and entrepreneurs and farmers to create a sustainable economic model for African Americans. The NEGRO PROJECT: Margaret Sanger's EUGENIC Plan for Black America
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