Walter L. Hudson Sr., Chair & Founder of National Awareness Alliance,
received his calling to leadership after the killing of Moshowon Leach in New Jersey by the Penns Grove Police in March of 2010. National Awareness Alliance and Walter Hudson, have been or the forefront advocating on various social justice and civil rights issues from education, hiring, police brutality, racial profiling, voter rights and has been instrumental in helping to curtail violence throughout the nation. Through Walter’s uncompromising leadership in standing up for justice, has endured heavy criticism. “When I am attacked and called names that lets me know that I am doing my job. An activist job is to expose the injustice and raise a climate for change.” Our organization is committed to equity, equality and justice for all individuals regardless of their race, color,or creed.