Charity Hicks

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Charity Hicks (d) was a Michigan activist.

Nayyirah Shariff connection

Nayyirah Shariff May 1, 2014 near Detroit, MI ·

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I-75 united! — with Charity Mahouna Hicks.

Van Jones award host committee

Screenshot of Essential: Advocacy for Community Justice reception (click image to enlarge)

On November 18, 2010, the far left Maurice & Jane Sugar Law Center for Economic & Social Justice presented "The Maurice Sugar Voice for Justice Award" to Van Jones "Human Rights Activists and Green-Jobs Advocate", at the United Way for Southeastern Michigan, 660 Woodward Ave, Suite 300.

Members of the Honorary Host Committee were;[1]

World Social Forum 2013

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance activists attended the World Social Forum 2013 held in Tunis, Tunisia. Delegates included Kali Akuno (MXGM), Jordan Flaherty (Floodlines), Maria Poblet (CJ/JC), Helena Wong (CAAAV), Erin Byrd (BWFJ), Autumn Martinez (UE 199), Cindy Wiesner (GGJ), Charity Hicks (EMEAC), and Tammy Bang Luu (LCSC).[2]

Ear to the Ground Project

Ear to the Ground Project;

We would like to express our deep respect and appreciation for everyone who took the time to talk with us, and the organizations that generously hosted us during our travels. Interviews were confidential, but the following people have agreed to have their names listed for this publication:

Most of those listed were connected to Freedom Road Socialist Organization.

Charity Hicks was among those on the list. [3]

National Congress of the MST

Nijmie Dzurinko February 9, 2014:

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6th National Congress of the MST — with Saulo Araujo, Charity Mahouna Hicks, Griffin Shumway and Dawn Plummer in Brasília, Brazil.

Senegal

William Copeland was in Senegal in 2011 with Stephanie Guilloud[4] and Cindy Wiesner.[5] at the World Social Forum in Dakar.

Owólabi William Copeland February 15, 2011 ·

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With Ahmina Maxey, Charity Mahouna Hicks and Sistufara W. Muhammad.

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