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Gamestop, Doge, Robinhood thank youSelena hill and Stanley Fritz featured Ross Mac on Be heard talk

Entanglement

Ross Mac eloquently and in layman’s term explains everything has been going on with the stock market games that AMC Robinhood essential consequences generational wealth and his brand we have to thank black enterprise forgiven Selena Estelle this platform and this is for educational purposes so I’m not claiming any thing for copyright purposes this is their‘s trademark or whatever they claim it they own it I’m just sharing the tea.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shegetitdone/message

34mins

3 Feb 2021

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Ep 28: Vote as if You Give a Damn with Stanley Fritz

Beautiful Humans: The Social ChangeCast

In this episode we caught up with Stanley Fritz, a Haitian American organizer from New York City. He goes over the differences between an activist, organizer, and advocate and also tells us how to plan social justice campaigns. This is a show with all the gems. Stanley Fritz is the Communications Associate at Citizen Action of New York, and the Engineer/Co-Host of "Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio." Stanley has dedicated his life to fighting for progressive issues and standing up for disenfranchised communities through organizing, activism, and storytelling. DISCLAIMER: This is a show with explicit content. If you are riding in the car with your children or blasting in your home, you may want some headphones! As always, we hope that you enjoy the conversation, as much as we enjoyed recording it. Please follow us on FB @BeautifulHumansCast or IG @BeautifulHumansChange--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beautiful-humans/support

1hr 1min

30 Oct 2020

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Session 32 UNLOCKED - No New Bail (ft. Erin Leigh George & Stanley Fritz)

House Party

Kyle and Malik kick back with Citizen Action of New York’s Civil Rights Campaign Director, Erin Leigh George, and Political Director, Stanley Fritz, for an insightful AF conversation on the bail reform law, the fight to stop it’s rollback, and the growing rift over the lives of poor, justice-involved New Yorkers. Plus, we play a round of Elect. Indict. Chill.™️ with bail reform legislative players! (Originally released: 02/27/20) Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/housepartyny & IG at http://instagram.com/houseparty.ny. HEAR MORE FEATURE SESSIONS at http://patreon.com/houseparty

57mins

24 Mar 2020

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Session 32 Pregame - No New Bail (ft. Erin Leigh George & Stanley Fritz)

House Party

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5mins

27 Feb 2020

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CYLS 131: How Childhood Poverty and Observation Shaped One of New York City’s Most Influential Advocates of Change with Stanley Fritz

Create Your Life Series

About our Guest: Stanley Fritz is the New York City campaign manager at Citizen Action of New York. He is the engineer and co-host of Let Your Voice Be Heard radio, and fights for progressive issues and standing up for disenfranchised communities through organizing activism and storytelling. Episode Summary This week, Kevin is joined in the studio with special guest Stanley Fritz, a huge voice in New York City’s Political and social change community involvement. Stan’s experience growing up impoverished in New York drew him into awareness of issues confronting NYC residents to provide a voice to push for power among the underserved and underrepresented. He has championed bills to make public transportation cheaper and much more. In this exclusive discussion he proves that drive and determination are key components to ensuring change.   **Special Guests: Art McGinley and Mark Moriarty who Kevin met at the recent Podcast Movement conference were also in attendance. Insight from this episode: Three crucial tips for mobilizing people and creating change to affect politics. Strategies for staying humble and grounded when working in politics. Stanley impresses the importance of having a 10 year plan. The importance of staying grounded in the people to ensure success. Strategies for setting goals. Kevin’s secrets to keeping yourself focused. Strategies for continuing to learn and become better in all areas of your life. Secrets for deciding when to pivot and go in a different direction. Quotes from the show: “I think that it’s super important for us to make sure that we do amazing things and look to impact people both positively and abundantly when we have the opportunity and we have the platform to do so. ” - Kevin Y. Brown, Episode 131 “At that age, the way that I looked at it was, ‘Something is wrong, because no one cares enough to speak up and no one has enough power.’ So in the beginning, it was ‘I need to accumulate as much power as possible so that I can change things.” - Stanley Fritz, Episode 131 “I figured out that politics was the way that you move things. Because even if you couldn’t change things, you would have enough power through your political position to move the people that could.” - Stanley Fritz, Episode 131 “When the bar is so low that people don’t expect you to be a regular, living person, it’s an accomplishment when you prove them wrong.” - Stanley Fritz, Episode 131 “Politics is all about organized money, organized people, organized dollars.” - Stanley Fritz, Episode 131 “The personal is the political.” - Stanley Fritz, Episode 131 “There seems to be this idea that poor people just commit crimes because they’re bored. No! They’re trying to survival.” - Stanley Fritz, Episode 131 “This is a validation nation. We’re always waiting to be validated by somebody else.” - Stanley Fritz, Episode 131 “I don’t think that you can fail. The only way to fail is to quit.” - Kevin Y. Brown, Episode 131 “I don’t believe that you should be the same person three months from now that you are now.” - Kevin Y. Brown, Episode 131 “Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes.” - Oscar Wilde, quoted by Ant McGinley, Episode 131 Resources Mentioned: On the Left Side Awesound Facebook Live Medium Favorite Book: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Favorite Quote: “If you don’t give me heaven, I’ll raise hell.” -  Jay-Z 3 keys to Create Your Best Life: Stop waiting. Stop waiting. Stop waiting. Stay Connected: Create Your Life Series: https://www.facebook.com/cylseries/ https://www.instagram.com/cylseries/ Kevin: www.kevinybrown.com www.instagram.com/kevinybrown www.twitter.com/kevinybrown www.facebook.com/kevbrown001 Stanley Fritz: Let Your Voice Be Heard Radio www.instagram.com/stanfritz/ www.twitter.com/stanfritz www.linkedin.com/in/stanley-fritz Subscribe to our podcast + download each episode on iTunes, Google Podcast, Stitcher and Spotify.

51mins

17 Aug 2018

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Episode 71: Political Purity Tests in New York with Stanley Fritz

Max Politics

Episode 71: Political Purity Tests in New York with Stanley Fritz by Max Politics

29mins

25 Apr 2018