What Is A Nubian Journalist And Why Speak Out About What Social Justice Looks Like....?




Denise Fitzgerald, Media Founder of Go Doctorate Go was once a victim of social injustice and decided to join the New York Association of Black Journalist to make a difference to the protest of assertions in the interpretation of Nubian language as it relates to Social Justice issues.  As a Social Media Public Relations Community Newswire Journalist, Denise Fitzgerald got here start 8 months ago to drive her idea from her Fans of Go Doctorate Go on Facebook.com.  Several press releases were sent out announcing launches to her appearance at several events as a new avenue to assert her differences on subjects that define her in negotiating her identity and language as a writer.  There are many articles that have contributed to the meaning of "Black Voices" as it relates to the "Black Church" and why oppression is an action plan for radical change to stop incitements of hatred towards her.  As Denise Fitzgerald continues her journey, her plans is to continue to work on a dissertation and publications to reflect upon contributions promised to her number one Fan as a means of negotiating Superior Thought.  Although children clearly look differently today, children speak differently today and are subjected to a media system that could separate them from their true sense of identity or dual identity.




Denise Fitzgerald, Founder of Go Doctorate Go Media will be launching her very first radio appearance on Nubian hood Radio, Thursday, November 12, 2015, between 8p.m. to 10 p.m. Nubian hood Radio is "The Sound of Consciousness" and The Prophet Of Thought Seres, hosted by Xavier Moore believes Nubians are women/queens of native heritage who relate to their people and their language. 
Today language defines the identity of a Queen or King where race politics has controversy.  Radical change as it is experienced through activism is facilitated by accessible information created in spaces that are articulated by issues, events, profiles, and the rise against oppression.   With the continued discourse of minorities today that have led to civil unrest, protest, movements, social media, television, and journalism witnesses to Nubian language as it relates to their people is sometimes excluded in the mainstream of its people and a Ministry of Social Justice and Change is demanded using social techniques in Nubian political life.
What does social justice look like today.... for a journalist today?  Is there a such thing as Superior Thought?  Can there be a Nubian writer or literature to end suffering and killings of today's youth in a system revolved around politics?  What about the heritage of the Nubian that drives a Nubian voice represented by the influencer?  Listen in as Denise Fitzgerald shares her thoughts from a 8 month journey according to Judges, Attorneys, Assimilations and Integrations of the Nubian Identity that conformed her writings or stories within the 21st Century with Xavier Moore, host of Nubian hood Radio.

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