UNITED FOR IMPACT
The United Humanity Coalition is training the next generation of thought leaders
UHC is a grassroots initiative designed to facilitate organizing and empowering the next generation of thought leaders and culture influencers. Through curating and training this unique group of talent, we hope increase cultural consciousness and responsibility in America. Ultimately, we aim to heal race relations in America through leadership development programs.
The UHC targets college students and high school seniors looking to actively participate in shifting American culture in the context of race relations and social justice. The UHC also aims to leverage its network of next generation activists by uniting their collective voting power to influence politics at the local, state and national levels.
To get the job done, however, we need you.
THREE-POINT ACTION PLAN
WORKING FOR THE MISSION
Taking grassroots to the next level, the UHC executive team is developing programs that make a measurable impact on race relations. Contributing their respective disciplines in marketing, community engagement, advertising, law, and brand partnerships; the trio have developed a three-point plan of action that is certain to make an impact.
Executive Pledge: We are committed to reclaiming our peace and seeking equality for the next generation. Through UNITY OF ACTION, we join with our brothers and sisters from all ethnic backgrounds to celebrate our shared humanity. To protect our communities, we will increase SELF-SUFFICIENCY through consumer power. No longer will we turn our minds from the corruption of government. Moving forward, we will demand TRUSTED REPRESENTATION as demonstrated through their EMPATHY & UNDERSTANDING of all Americans.
We will educate, empower and protect.
Eugenia Blackmon, Esq.
WORKING FOR EFFECTIVE CONNECTIONS
Advisory Board members collaborate for the continual sustainability and growth of the UHC through effective partnerships and financial contributors.
Keith White, Esq.
WORKING TO SEE IMPACT
Impact partners support UHC programs, community outreach, and strategic planning.