Black Thought with Anthony Elden

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Anthony Elden is self-described as a progressive Democrat, a history teacher, a change maker, a social media content creator, and a community builder. He has campaigned and is currently running his own social media channels and platforms. Tony has been able to develop social media community, building skills, such as copywriting. Marketing. Advertising community engagement management, and much more. Tony is always teaching and helping us to learn. He is critical race theory.

What You Will Hear:

  • Anthony’s upbringing and how it has informed who he is today
  • Messages from immigration
  • Conscious parenting and teaching
  • Being the class clown, even as a teacher
  • Teaching middle schoolers in Florida and adults Washington DC
  • Running for the State Senate in Florida 2020 election
  • 50 Inspiring Black Stories
  • Youtube
  • Generational wealth
  • Policy reform
  • Racial trauma and burn out
  • Black unity

Quotes:

“I wanted her to see herself in what she had,”

“In Bahamas it's harder to be a class clown because if you ever take it too far, the teachers can beat you.”

“I never, for the rest of my, high school career even thought about fighting anyone, I was no longer a hothead. I was still a class clown, butI found my barriers and my, my boundaries and I stuck to 'em.

“Adults can be pretty childish.”

“I got so caught up in doing something more, I was forgetting to live”

“Ever since I could talk, I was like, mom and dad, I am going to be the first black president.”

“Every time I, I kind of saw something that I just wanted to pursue. I pursued it.”

“I don't believe that I'm indicative of all black people, but I've wanted to provide my perspective.

“it is expensive to be poor.”

Mentioned

@Blk.thought instagram, tiktok,

50 Inspiring Black Stories

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