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The Human Movement

Where We Let Human Compassion and Love Lead the Way

At The Human Movement (THM), we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to help bridge communities and effect long-term systemic change. THM is driven by the belief that we are more powerful together than divided. As a united front, we can reclaim goodness and decency, heal the wounds of past systemic transgressions, and model what it means to be compassionate to one another regardless of our differences.

Interested in being part of the change you wish to see in the world?

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What We Do

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Being the Change

At the core of The Human Movement's (THM) mission is helping communities heal the wounds of past transgressions or systemic failures. Guided by a humanist and interfaith framework, and the values of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion, we work with individuals and communities seeking reconciliation to move towards a brighter and healthier future. Is your community in need for this type of support? Contact us today.

Engaging the Community

The Human Movement (THM) values the power of media and the ways it can be used to connect to and with people. That is why THM produces its own podcast, Questioning Everything, as well as other programs aimed at sharing different insights, opinions, as well as opportunities to learn from one another. Check out what we're up to or find ways to get involved.

Walking the Walk

The Human Movement (THM) is committed to servant leadership, which means modeling the service you wish for others to emulate. For THM specifically, that is demonstrated by our focus on environmental stewardship, promoting the importance of civic involvement, and valuing the power of education and learning. Looking to sharpen your servant leadership skills in one of those categories? Click the button below to learn how today.

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Who We Are

Where It All Began

The Human Movement (THM) was the brain child of nonprofit professional and content coordinator, Ngozika Egbuonu, M.A., M.S. (THM Founder and Chief 'Fun' Officer). In the summer of 2020, while working as a professional fundraiser for a leading environmental advocacy nonprofit in the Chesapeake Bay region, Ngozika realized several important needs within the greater Washington, DC metro area:

  1. Truth and reconciliation within local communities as well as between local, state, and federal governments and marginalized people;

  2. Greater education and understanding about the importance of environmental stewardship and advocacy within underserved communities that are disproportionately impacted by pollution and environmental threats; and

  3. More Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) groups represented during regional conversations regarding environmental conservation and building resiliency in the face of climate change.

With the goal of tackling those deficits in mind while also utilizing her skills in entertainment hosting and event coordination, Ngozika developed and  produced the podcast Questioning Everything and embarked on the journey to building THM into the community connecting/action-driven machine it is today. Click the link below to learn more about THM's story and get properly introduced to Ngozika and this movement.

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Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”

James Baldwin

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