People around the World are Voluntarily taking up Leadership role for a Chosen Cause

They are showing up on camera with whatever they have to make a difference in the world, in the Leadership for Social Justice Project
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SAINT PAUL, Minn. - April 17, 2016 - PRLog -- Leadership for social justice project launched  by Dr. Artika Tyner, an advocate for justice, with a goal to challenge leaders worldwide to make a difference in their communities and as such build a global leadership community. The project challenges people to discover the leader within them, take a stand for justice, and serve their community. Be it on diversity, inclusion, criminal justice reform, entrepreneurship, voting rights or any other cause worthy of pursuit and beneficial to the society at large.

Dr. Tyner reiterated the need for exemplary leadership in every sphere of the society, "This leadership challenge extends beyond the constraints of the four walls of my classrooms to homes, community centers, schools, and public meeting spaces across the globe."

She further buttressed her point by affirming that leadership should be a participant sport. "Now is the time to redefine leadership. Leadership is not a spectator sport but it calls for full participation of the global village. Leadership in the 21st Century must move beyond position or title to everyday people making a difference in the world. This process begins with the recognition that each individual has the capacity to positively influence the world around them through the exercise of leadership."

Since it launched, the campaign, starting with Dr. Artika Tyner herself, other leaders from countries around  the globe  such as Arusha, Tanzania to Xinzhen, China and across the United States from New York City to Phoenix have shared how they will lead change. Some leaders have committed to:

• Ending poverty
• Promoting gender equality

And other worthy cause too numerous to mention.

The campaign's number objective is to generate 10,000 leaders worldwide. Anyone wanting to participate should take a picture of himself or herself holding a sign for the cause he or she supports ("I will lead change by...") then post it on social media with the hashtag leadership for social Justice (#LeadershipforSocialJustice). Visit to learn more about the project.

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