Encouraging audiences to stay hopeful and do good.

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Redemptive Justice

Holding Others Accountable While Holding Them Close

Do Good Daily

Living A Life of Everyday Advocacy (Even If You're Not an Activist)

Love in Motion

Justice as an Outflow of Loving our Neighbors Well

Social for Good

Healthy Digital Activism in the Age of Polarization

Art as Activism

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Cycle of Inaction

Choosing Sustainable Action over Performative Allyship

The Tension of Hope

Strategies and Practices for Seeking Justice While Staying Hopeful

In This Together

Community for Social Change in an Age of Individualism 

Inner Roadblocks

Navigating What Gets in the Way of our Changemaking Efforts

The Weight of Compassion

Practicing Empathy while Fighting Fatigue and Burnout 

Using Art for Social Change and Creating Illustrated Infographics

Danielle Coke Balfour is a graphic designer turned artist, advocate, speaker, and entrepreneur. She’s the founder of Oh Happy Dani, an illustration-based educational platform that uses artwork and resources to make complex ideas surrounding racial justice more accessible for the everyday advocate. Danielle works to inspire her community of over half a million people across social media to do good daily, right where they are. She’s also the author of “A Heart on Fire: 100 Meditations on Loving Your Neighbors Well.” Whether working with brands like Target and Adobe, speaking in front of audiences, or running her business, Danielle hopes to inspire others to embody their values and live a life of sustainable activism by using what they have to impact the world around them.

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