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The HopeMob Twitter page was started in 2011. It has 235K followers and has tweeted 12.3K times. It posts both original content promoting HopeMob as well as many retweets about related information.
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The HopeMob Facebook page was started in 2012. It has countless posts, primarily sharing posts from other pages, advertising events across the country, and spreading the word about various charity opportunities. The most recent post is from September…
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The HopeMob website is an informational platform to help members learn about, join, and donate to the organization. It was launched in 2012.
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This is a syllabus for learning and talking about women, religion, race and social justice through Beyoncé’s music album Lemonade. The syllabus includes readings, songs, poems and other material for study.
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This is a podcast produced by Candice Benbow where she discusses any number of topics from “The Observation of Lent” to “Atheism in the African-American Community.” There are 12 podcasts and they are usually around one minute in length.
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