Run For Your Life
Uniting People Together
The largest, simultaneous, media unveiling, print ceremony in history is coming. Members of the public are purchasing their print of The Struggle For Change sculpture so they can tune in, via the Internet and watch the live unveiling of the sculpture. At the exact time this takes place, print owners around the world will unveil their print of The Struggle For Change sculpture that is designed to promote inspiration and empowerment for all people.
UK & US Conferences
The Struggle For Change, all expenses paid, London and New York Conferences are also in the pipeline for members of the public that have supported the unveiling ceremony. This is a historical moment that requires participation from all individuals of different nationalities. We will unite for one common cause.
To purchase your prints and nominate the US as the country to received The Run For Your Life Monument in care of AAAG, Inc., in Atlanta GA. Instead of selling the required 250 prints to generate the £2,500 for the conference, the first 1,000 individuals to sell just 10 prints will be automatically selected.
The Struggle For Change Fundraising Program is another key component that will enable members of community-based organizations to be a part of future unveiling ceremonies and automatically raise funds for AAAG (The African American Association of Georgia) and other organizations that are desiring to raise funds for their organization. 40% from the sale of prints sold by members will be donated to support their cause.
The Founder of The Struggle For Change initiative is the acclaimed international British sculptor and Inspirational Speaker, Donald Brown. He is due to begin a new sculpture, titled, Run For Your Life, the question is where. AAAG has agreed to partner with The Struggle For Change to have the 2ft to 3ft prototype sculpture launched here in Atlanta as a connection for the 1996 and the 2012 Olympic Games. Print buyers worldwide will nominate their country to be the recipients of the 15ft to 20ft bronze monument. This is Atlanta’s opportunity to purchase prints and nominate the US for the monument through The AAAG, Inc.