The Dream Revolution to Launch on “I Have A Dream” Day
The Dream Revolution (formerly ‘Occupy The Movement’) founder, Ryan J Bruce, will officially launch the new social justice organization at an invitation-only function in August 2012. The event will coincide with the 49th Anniversary of “The Great March on Washington“, and “The Resolution of The Bristol Bus Boycott“. The private launch will be attended by key leaders in the BME community, including renowned black church leaders, as well as members of the press who will all hear from the President and members of TDR team about what the company is all about and what they aim to do in the near-future.
When asked what TDR is all about, Mr. Bruce said “When my grandparents came over to the UK in the 1950s, the Black Church was a ‘community movement’. Over 50 years later, we seem to have become a collective of community monuments. We are seen by few as active members of society, and seen by many as stagnant in this area. I believe that being the incubator for the civil rights movement, we owe it to ourselves and to the coming generation to keep-a-float the dream of our forefathers. The Dream Revolution is here to do just that. We are training this generation to move forward in education, economics, and politics with the use of the biblical principles this country originally stood on”.
Ryan J. Bruce was raised in the South East of London, and is currently a BEng student at the University of East London, amongst a variety of other titles. He was invited to Oxford University in November 2011 where he delivered a speech on “The Decline & Uprise of Black Education”.
For more information on the launch of The Dream Revolution, or to request an invitation, please email email@example.com.