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Published on Nov 14, 2014
For Dante Barry, executive director of the Million Hoodies Movement, all politics is personal.
“It’s personal because I’m black, and my identity is something that makes me want to change this country,” the grassroots organizer says.
The Million Hoodies Movement, an organization that works to raise awareness about racial profiling and gun violence, was born out of the aftermath of the 2012 killing of black teen Trayvon Martin, who was portrayed in the media as a thug for wearing a hooded sweatshirt.