Areva Martin

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Giving a voice to the voiceless.

Award-winning Civil Rights Attorney | USA Today & Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author | Radio & Talk Show Host and Producer | In-demand Keynote Speaker | Accomplished Nonprofit Leader & Entrepreneur

Areva Martin America's Advocate
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AMERICA'S
ADVOCATE

Giving a voice to the voiceless.

Areva Martin is an author, award-winning civil rights attorney, talk show host, commentator, and go-to expert on compelling legal, political, women’s, children’s and celebrity issues.

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Digital Talk Show with Areva Martin

At The Special Report we take a deeper look at race, culture, politics and the economy and the impact they have on our lives. We take you to the center of the story with in-depth interviews of today’s news makers, top experts and influencers. Sometimes controversial. Always on point with the cold-hard truth. 

Episodes premiere Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 9 AM PT on Facebook & YouTube.

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Book Banning Across The US: Whose Stories Get Told?
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Book Banning Across The US: Whose Stories Get Told?

Currently, all over the United States, there is a coordinated effort — or, rather, a coordinated attack — on books, specifically, books written by people of color. Efforts in Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and other states have seen literature that centers on marginalized stories challenged, and in

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Black Lives Matter.

Tragedies like the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmed Aubrey occur, and we protest. Then time passes and it’s forgotten. It’s time we break the cycle; hold real conversations, and pass meaningful reform.

“Black Lives Matter may be the largest movement in U.S. history.”
— NY Times

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Black Lives Matter.

Tragedies like the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmed Aubrey occur, and we protest. Then time passes and it’s forgotten. It’s time we break the cycle; hold real conversations, and pass meaningful reform.

“Black Lives Matter may be the largest movement in U.S. history.”
— NY Times

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