Activism has changed greatly over the years. Nowadays if one wants to bring forth change, it is done through the work of your thumbs. But for actor/activist Malik Yoba, the conventional ways of activism might still be the way to go. “If you look at things that are just part of the social fabric of what we do,” Yoba said, “whereas before people gathered in coffeehouses, they gathered in churches, they gathered in communities to affect change. Now people are gathering in the VIP for bottle service.
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