...FOR EVEN THE MOST HATED
THE "CANCELLED" - ME TOO'D MEN - THE ACCUSED
ANTI MASKERS - ANTI VAXERS - THE ARRESTED
TRUMP - BIDEN - LGBT PEOPLE - MINORITIES
LEFT WINGERS - RIGHT WINGERS
SOMEONE WHO SAID THE "WRONG" THING
SOMEONE WHO WORE THE "WRONG" THING
KEITH RANIERE - NXIVM
[INSERT WHO'S NEXT]
MARC ELLIOT Presents...
In a world where a single post or comment can travel the globe in an instant, any individual or company can go from a Saint to the Devil in a tweet of a second, with no warning or defense. With never ending news cycles, click bait and a world quick to judge, taking a stance of treating the "outed," "the cancelled," the "disliked" or the "hated" with caution and compassion is becoming increasingly non-existent. Even worse it can now be a danger to one's own reputation. My mission is to change that by inspiring human decency, kindness and critical thinking in a world that desperately needs it. Using my own experience of prejudice from living with Tourette's Syndrome for 20 years and more recently standing for the due process of my friends in the infamous company NXIVM, I remind audiences how little we know about each other's lives and the power we hold over other people's livelihoods with such technology at our fingertips. I challenge and inspire audience members to find the courage to treat those we don't understand, don't agree with, don't like or even hate with kindness and afford them due process in media and the justice system.
MARC IS FEATURED IN
MARC'S PAST EVENTS
STANDING FOR THE
DUE PROCESS OF KEITH RANIERE
"I'm looking for influencers, celebrities and journalists who have the courage to stand for Keith Raniere's constitutional rights no matter how "evil" they think he might be. His case is so polarizing and the violations of his rights are so obvious when looked at, it is the perfect opportunity for someone to discover if they believe in true due process. It's time we make standing for due process popular, no matter how unpopular a citizen might be or how grave a crime they might have committed. Why? So if one day you ever find yourself on the other end of hate or a tweet that turns the world on you, others are there to stand for you.
I know the importance of embracing our differences. Born with a rare disease that left me with virtually no intestines, I faced extreme adversity and overcame tremendous odds from day one. But that was only the beginning of my journey. At age nine, I was diagnosed with a neurological disorder called Tourette’s Syndrome due to incessant vocal and motor tics that interfered with every aspect of my life. It is estimated I ticced around 25 million times and every medical professional concluded my condition was uncontrollable and incurable. Not being one to bend to statistics, I then completely overcame my Tourette’s in 2013, drawing from innovations from courses in emotional intelligence (NXIVM), using only mind over body, and sheer will. Over the last fifteen years my message of compassion, tolerance and overcoming adversity has reached all across the globe. With the recent events of NXIVM and a new level of prejudice I've not experienced before, I'm now reinvigorated to inspire a deeper message of compassion for those we don't like or understand no matter how unpopular it might be.
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