JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB) July 17, 2019
Commemorated each year on July 18th, Nelson Mandela International Day was officially declared by the United Nations in November 2009. This July, Khalil Osiris of Reflecting Freedom will partner with the House of Mandela, NFL Alumni and Limitless Gaming to host #67ACTJAX as part of the inaugural Nelson Mandela International Day JAX celebrations. Nelson Mandela fought for social justice for 67 years and as part of this year’s Nelson Mandela International Day JAX celebrations we are challenging Jacksonville citizens to participate in service to your community for 67 minutes, on July 18th and commemorate your service with #67ACTJAX on social media.
Dr. Makaziwe Mandela, eldest daughter of Nelson Mandela, and her daughter Tukwini Mandela will attend the #67ACTJAX event. This event will be presented by NFL Alumni Aaron Beasley and Brent Reece, and founder of 514 eSports, Greg Zinone. It takes place at Jacksonville University on July 18, 2019 from 5:30m – 7:00pm. The NFL Alumni is the oldest, most well-known and well-respected retired player organization in professional sports. This event will be an interactive presentation aimed at serving underprivileged youth by providing them with exposure to career opportunities through e-gaming. The event is free and open to the public (registration required to attend the event). To register for this event visit: https://khalilosiris.com/nelson-mandela-day-jax/67actjax/.
Visit http://www.nflalumni.org and http://www.514esports.com and http://www.houseofmandela.com.
About Khalil Osiris
Khalil Osiris is an international speaker on restorative justice and transformational leadership. An author, educator and activist, he spent 20 years of his life in prison and while there earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Boston University. He transformed his life and emerged from prison with a deep understanding of how to use personal crisis and challenges as opportunities for self-improvement.
About House of Mandela
The House of Mandela (HOM) is the organization through which the proud descendants of the late Nelson Mandela preserve the history and legacy of the family name, and continue his work towards unity and compassion across global races, religions, and genders. HOM seeks to improve the lives of Africa’s poverty stricken communities and Globally advocate for social issues that affect African communities through funding development organizations and charities. http://www.houseofmandela.com