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Existing While Black/ 2018 Election

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Together We Stand

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Darin Scott:  A former cultural anthropology educator, community leader and local activist, with a focus on historical "chattel slavery" and "Americas injustices of POC".   

Originally from New London Connecticut, 
I began researching my families history of how we came to this coutry, landing in  Crewe Virginia.   
The more I learned, I felt compelled to learn more about this country and it's systemic practices.  

Upon moving to  moving to Austin Texas, I attended Huston-Tillotson University majoring in anthropology with a minor in journalism/ communications. 
 After college, I worked as a public speaker for a local activist group for l change and an educator. 

I now spead most of my time, educating and mentoring local youth and police officers on civil interactions, in our communities.  
This has also lead me to organize local stands against police brutality in the city of Dallas TX.  

The ultimate goal is to  educate people through a  historic lens of truth and  determination giving a more clear and honest picture of why race relations are what they are in  this country today.

Sevgi Fernandez Sevgi founded Together We Stand in 2016 after many years working with high risk youth in the San Francisco Bay Area both in residential treatment and private practice.She has a successful blo that reaches readers in over 35 countries She is a published author and seasoned speaker. She offers workshops in the following areas

•Racism and White Privilege 

•Parenting Mixed Race Children: Understanding their Racial Identity Development

•Navigating the Blended Family

•Youth Empowerment through Community Action

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