About James Logan
James Logan is a passionate advocate for social justice and an active member of the Boycott a Meeting Day movement. He has dedicated himself to raising awareness about the inequities in our society and advocating for change.
Born and raised in a small town in rural Alabama, James was exposed to poverty from an early age. He saw firsthand the stark disparities that exist between those in his hometown who have limited access to basic services like education and healthcare, and those who have more privilege. This experience inspired him to become an activist, determined to make a difference in people’s lives.
After graduating high school, James earned his undergraduate degree at Auburn University where he studied Political Science and African American Studies. It was then that he became involved with the Boycott a Meeting Day movement, which seeks to disrupt meetings of organizations or governments that perpetuate systems of inequality by refusing to attend them. He quickly rose through the ranks and soon began organizing rallies and marches across Alabama with fellow activists from all backgrounds.
Today, James continues his work as an activist with Boycott a Meeting Day while also pursuing other initiatives such as voter registration drives and community outreach projects aimed at helping marginalized communities gain access to resources like job training programs or educational scholarships. In addition to this work, James regularly participates in local protests against police brutality and racial injustice which has led him to become one of the most vocal figures on these issues within Alabama today. With his tireless dedication and passion for social change, James Logan is an inspiring example of how one person can make a difference in their community with the right amount of effort.