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The Big Walk: The Book Motivating the Next Wave of Civil Rights for America
Willie T. Clay is the torchbearer for the modern civil rights movement. With his book, The Big Walk, Willie T. Clay, in cooperation with Living Advantage, Inc., offers a solution to economic and societal injustice in America.
“As Americans, we need to keep our focus off the problems of the past, and on implementing capital development strategies in Black America to create collective wealth; and to build a stabilized capitalistic standard for Black-controlled businesses,”
In cooperation with Living Advantage, Inc., a Los Angeles nonprofit serving the foster youth community, The Big Walk will provide proceeds from the book to develop opportunities for our disadvantaged youth.
To obtain your own copy of the book and learn more about Willie T. Clay’s legacy, please visit www.thebigwalk.com or call 323.731.6471
About Willie T. Clay
It was July 15, 2006 when the original Civil Rights Leader, the late Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth of Birmingham, Alabama and Cincinnati, Ohio, co-founder of The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in league with the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; the honorable Mayor of Cincinnati, Mark Mallory; the late Bishop Abraham Swanson XII; and Dr. Kay Barksdale, Gospel Queen of Cincinnati, Ohio; organized the Willie T. Clay Day to recognize him as the torchbearer to continue the civil rights legacy into a positive awakening of the dream