Activist | Social Media Influencer
Lance Cooper is a groundbreaking, award-winning activist, influencer, multimedia journalist, and organizer focused on issues of innovation, equality and justice. He has risen to become one of the most respected voices on the internet with a long list of celebrity endorsements. Lance's committed work, advocacy, frontline service and nonstop truth bombs are all ingredients in his recipe for inspiring millions around the world.
Lance is amongst the key figures involved with the BLM movement, and has a history of speaking on racism & police brutality in America that dates back to the early 90s. In 2005, Cooper launched his Mafioso brand, which was discovered by ASIS Magazine, and by 2006 Lance had published work on stands & in bookstores. In 2012 Lance started working with Hip-Hop Weekly Magazine, and in 2013 he opened his first business, 804 Street Media, which went on to be nominated for one of the best small businesses in social media.
During his career, Lance has worked to elevate environmental justice issues and sound the alarm on America's collapsing infrastructure. In 2018, Lance launched the #SaveFlintChallenge, a viral movement that energized donors to help supply clean drinking water to Flint residents & spread awareness of America's water crisis. Through his fundraising, Lance has helped thousands of people and various organizations. He won a GFM Hero Award for his humanitarian work, and was also a national surrogate for the Joe Biden and Kamala Harris campaigns.
From December 2019 through September 2021, Lance's tweets (from @lmauricecpr) were viewed over 100 million times. Lance writes about race, social media, music & politics for SM Magazine, with a highly anticipated book about his internet journey due for release in 2022. Lance Cooper is also a Senior Editor at Street Monstaz Magazine, and Social Marketing Manager for Javon Davis Eyewear.
Lance travels the country speaking at rallies, events & conferences. His heart will always be on the microphone (or megaphone) at a grassroots protest.
WWBT NBC 12 NEWS: Funds being raised to help girls go see ‘Captain Marvel’
WTVR CBS 6 NEWS: How these kids saw ‘Black Panther’ for free in Richmond
WRIC ABC 8 NEWS: 'Black Panther Challenge' makes its way to Richmond
Richmond Times-Dispatch: Crowdfunding campaign funds Richmond kids' trips to see 'Black Panther'
FOX 13 NEWS: Rapper charged for kicking female fan
Don't forget these lyrical moments at the BET Hip-Hop awards. Tune in Tuesday, October 5th and lets get it y'all!
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