Atlanta Councilman Antonio Brown to appear of “Talk Dat Real Sh*t”

Published 10/05/2020 | Reading Time 1 min 35 sec 
“Talk Dat Real Sh*t”, a Citizen Ed and The Black Wall Street Times podcast, is posed to be one of this season’s critical shows yet as the City of Tulsa becomes one of the first US cities to legally erase Black Lives Matter from its city’s street; Jonathan Price, another Black man is shot with his hands up after trying to break up a fight, and an Atlanta Billboard is revealed in honor of Jamarion Robinson and Rayshard Brooks by The People’s UpRising.
Today’s special guest is the one and only Antonio Brown a successful CEO and humanitarian, who adds a unique perspective, strong faith, and inspirational work ethic to his community.
Growing up in poverty with his parents frequently incarcerated, Antonio discovered he had the resilience and drive to overcome adversity & achieve success. From the ground up, he built LVL XIII (Level 13), a luxury men’s fashion brand currently sold in Nordstrom nationwide.  After successfully launching his business, Antonio immediately began to pour back into the community through Dream of Humanity (DOH), a nonprofit committed to improving the life trajectory of marginalized people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Dream of Humanity provides the community with access to a self-sufficient lifestyle through wraparound services, transformative educational programs, and generous charitable contributions.

Antonio’s passion for business and education moved him to create the Small Business Entrepreneurship Program, which is now licensed by The Art Institute. This program provides hands-on entrepreneurial training and support to over 30,000 historically underserved college students nationwide. After witnessing the success at the Art Institute, Antonio realized there was a need to replicate the program to serve students in public schools. He built Student Entrepreneurs of America, a program that will serve 34 high schools by providing students access to a summer immersion program and pipeline into college. These students will have the opportunity to obtain up to 24 transferable college proficient credits at no cost.

Antonio has been recognized by “Next Big Thing Movement as one of 2018’s Top 35 Millennial Influencers”, and Georgia State Representative Erica Thomas awarded him a “Notable Citizen of Georgia Proclamation”. Antonio appeared on the cover of 17t South Magazine in January 2019.

Join the show at a special time today, 12 pm EST, on The Black Wall Street Times’ Facebook Page with Councilman Antonio Brown. Public safety reform, electing Black bodies who aren’t doing the work for the people, TPU (The Peoples Uprising), and even this Trump COVID case.

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