“I stop hate by living my truth with the euphoria of love for my people.” - Nia White
Nia White is a young, black, proud, and loud revolutionary. Being the youngest in rooms and a force to reckon with, Nia is a political, civil, and social justice activist. Studying at Hampton University she majors in political science and minor in communications on the pre-law track. With dreams to become a political commentator, Nia hopes to provide knowledge in ways to educate her community. From the lead organizer of Freedom March NYC, working at the NYC Public advocate office on community mobilization, to the New York State Director for Our Black Party, Nia is a trailblazer. As the youngest of many organizations, she focuses on advocating the voice for the youth and other black women. She brings a new definition to the term activism showing that BLM is an act of resilience, and black joy is resilient. Whether it is dancing to Meg the Stallion, dressing like every day is a fashion show with colorful hair, and healing with self-love all while dismantling white supremacy is radical. Through mutual aid, protest, or simply listening to the needs of her community, this Genz revolutionary born from Jamaican immigrant parents raised in Brooklyn is a leading voice. Her message spreads with features in CNN, Forbes, Facebook, and several other platforms to amplify the work that needs to be done to create a better future for generations to come.
As featured this week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box. This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate.