Dr. Artika Tyner (a.k.a. Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire) is a passionate educator, an award-winning author, a civil rights attorney, a sought-after speaker, and an advocate for justice who is committed to helping children discover their leadership potential and serve as change agents in the global community. She is the founder/CEO of the Planting People, Growing Justice Leadership Institute.
Jacklyn Milton is a lifelong educator and community advocate. She served as a home childcare provider and an early childhood specialist for more than three decades. She is a licensed family life educator who helps families create pathways to success.
ABOUT JUSTICE AND HER GRANDMA
Justice Makes a Difference: The Story of Miss Freedom Fighter Esquire is inspired by the real life story of Dr. Tyner and her late grandmother, Nellie Lightfoot. Grandma Nellie taught Dr. Tyner the importance of faith, family, community, and service.
About Planting People, Growing Justice Leadership Institute
Planting People, Growing Justice Leadership Institute seeks to plant seeds of social change through education, training, and community outreach.
All proceeds from the book will be used to support the educational programming of Planting People, Growing Justice Leadership Institute.
Learn more at www.ppgjli.org