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ChangeMakers talk Community Solutions with Guest James Eaddy and Isaac Bryant

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EAST ORANGE, NJ - James Eaddy is an activist, organizer, campaign coordinator and advocate that has successful worked to get legislation such as Earned Sick Days and Open Spaces passed in Newark and Montclair. James has travelled to Chicago and got a Alderman elected, managed a Bernie Sanders event, fought in local municipal races including last year's Irvington Southward race with Al-Tariq Shabazz & unsuccessfully ran for District Leader of his home district continuing to fight for progressive ideas at the local level while hosting the Youtube sensation "Irvington Unbound”.

Isaac Bryant is principle of B-ING HUMAN design. The B-ING HUMAN design is inspired by the struggles that people have faced in this journey of life.  Some of our paths was littered with anger, heart break and destruction with no hope in site. Bryant: “One day we decided to turn it around but it did not happen overnight and the process is long. Our life needed to include hope, mercy, honesty and love because we have learned that this is what we needed in order to heal and move forward. Now we have the opportunity to help others get through the tough times and offer a helping hand. We would like for everyone to be able to reach out and show support to those in need and help them realize they are not alone, because your situation now does not have to be your situation for the rest of your life”. 

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