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  • Writer's pictureChristie


Topics of discussion

  • Founding AfroDaze and "The Live Sho"

  • How you've been using your platform to teach others

  • Creating opportunities through sport

Coach + activist + entrepreneur = Sho. I sat down with him today to talk about how he has maximized being in the right place at the right time with the combination of self-advocacy and hard work. As founder and creator of Indianapolis-based event-hosting organization AfroDaze Sho has taken an active role in creating space for culture and diversity to thrive within the community. He outlined what inspired him to begin his Instagram Live Series “The Live Sho” and has been utilizing his platform to teach others about millennial relationships, social issues like police brutality, and love.

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