IT’S TIME TO CHANGE THE WORLD
one race. one world. one love.
the golden rule
Racism is an outdated mindset that has no place in our modern day diverse world. No one should feel the pain of racism simply for being who they are.
We need to ensure that we do all that we can to educate people today so that we can minimize and weaken this systemic problem so that future generations won’t have to endure the harsh injustices that we have seen in our lifetimes.
The time to end the burden of the antiquated belief structure is now. We are all different for a purpose. We are here to teach each other, learn from one another, take care of one another and our planet.
Every day is a new day where we have a choice to do what we know is right. Let’s be known as the generation who put a stop to racial hatred.
To change anything, we must first admit that there is a problem that needs addressing.
We are all a living accumulation of teachings and experiences that we’ve had in our own day to day lives, the neighborhoods we grow up in and our cultures.
Let’s be honest, most of us have said things or may have acted in ways that were offensive to others as a result of what we were taught through our families, social circles or learned through movies, TV, media, etc…
This movement isn’t intended to shame anyone, we welcome everyone with open arms. It’s never too late to do the right thing.
Racism is taught and it is our belief that it can be reversed through education!
Our program will raise funds and awareness through social media platforms and an active online campaign.
Once we reach funding goals, we will produce merchandise with our logos and artwork to help start the conversations that lead us to understanding.
Our teachings and methods will be developed into a curriculum to be featured in schools, festivals, conferences, corporate events, etc…
We can accomplish so much more if we all work together!
help spread the message & raise awareness
NEW MERCH COMING SOON
the humans behind the movement
When I was 21, I was the target of a racial hate crime on the University of Illinois campus. I had my face broken in 3 places and required reconstructive surgery to correct the damage. I am happy that I was able to walk away with my life but nobody should have to go through what I did.
I witnessed disturbing acts of racism still alive in the middle schools of Sherman Oaks, CA in 2017. The school is located in a melting pot of cultures and nationalities from all over the world and it was here!?
That’s when I decided to start the Outsmart Racism movement and sadly it’s more relevant now more than ever.
Join the movement today & let’s get it done!
It is our belief that we are all ONE race, the human race.
It doesn’t matter color, religion, sexual orientation or any other way to categorize us, we are people, we need each other to survive and at the very least deserve the right to be treated equally.
we would love to hear from you