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BRITTANY
PACKNETT-
CUNNINGHAM

CO-HOST, POD SAVE THE PEOPLE. CONTRIBUTOR, NBC.

UNAPOLOGETIC ACTIVIST, EDUCATOR & WRITER.

WAVEMAKER. NAMETAKER. BOUNDARY-BREAKER.

Brittany Packnett Cunningham is one of the most vibrant, unordinary minds in the world of activism today. And she never shies away from a challenge. From hosting her award-winning podcast to giving her famous Ted Talk on confidence to teaching at Harvard’s Kennedy School and appearing on television, she embraces every opportunity to share her voice and spark change. For her, being an activist wasn’t a choice. It was a calling. Watch her film to see why.

 

BRITTANY
PACKNETT-
CUNNINGHAM

CO-HOST, POD SAVE THE PEOPLE. CONTRIBUTOR, NBC. UNAPOLOGETIC ACTIVIST, EDUCATOR & WRITER. WAVEMAKER. NAMETAKER. BOUNDARY-BREAKER.

Brittany Packnett Cunningham is one of the most vibrant, unordinary minds in the world of activism today. And she never shies away from a challenge. From hosting her award-winning podcast to giving her famous Ted Talk on confidence to teaching at Harvard’s Kennedy School and appearing on television, she embraces every opportunity to share her voice and spark change. For her, being an activist wasn’t a choice. It was a calling. Watch her film to see why.

Brittany

 

“PEOPLE FORGET HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO HAVE CHAMPIONS AND CHEERLEADERS. WOMEN THAT SHOW US WE HAVE THE POWER TO BLAZE NEW TRAILS AND TO FORGE NEW PATHS NO MATTER HOW MANY PEOPLE TELL US IT’S IMPOSSIBLE.”

 

“PEOPLE FORGET HOW IMPORTANT IT IS TO HAVE CHAMPIONS AND CHEERLEADERS. WOMEN THAT SHOW US WE HAVE THE POWER TO BLAZE NEW TRAILS AND TO FORGE NEW PATHS NO MATTER HOW MANY PEOPLE TELL US IT’S IMPOSSIBLE.”

 

Brittany says being unordinary was her birthright. “I come from generations of unordinary women. My mom became a widow at 40. She got her PhD at 50. She became an ordained minister at 60. I’m so grateful for the generational blessing of the unordinary women in my life.” Her next project is, We Are Like Those Who Dream, a book of speeches by black women throughout history. She says, “All of them were willing to dream no matter how dire their circumstances. In order to create the kind of loving and just society that all of us deserve, we have to be courageous enough to dream it up in the first place. To dream that kind of dream when your circumstances are awful is a revolution. And it’s the women who’ve come before me that have taught me how to dream in a revolutionary way.”

 

Brittany says being unordinary was her birthright. “I come from generations of unordinary women. My mom became a widow at 40. She got her PhD at 50. She became an ordained minister at 60. I’m so grateful for the generational blessing of the unordinary women in my life.” Her next project is, We Are Like Those Who Dream, a book of speeches by black women throughout history. She says, “All of them were willing to dream no matter how dire their circumstances. In order to create the kind of loving and just society that all of us deserve, we have to be courageous enough to dream it up in the first place. To dream that kind of dream when your circumstances are awful is a revolution. And it’s the women who’ve come before me that have taught me how to dream in a revolutionary way.”

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