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Sharifah Hardie For Senate 2024 Kicks Off with Song “Beautiful” By Artist Jhala Angelique Featuring Monica Summer

LONG BEACH, CA, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sharifah Hardie, who recently announced her intent to run for Senate District 33 in the 2024 primary election has released a brand-new campaign video outlining her future objectives. Her objectives include creating more opportunities for children such as career training, better education, access to mentors and the belief that a new day is coming.

Ms. Hardie is passionate about entrepreneurship and young people. She knew the song, “Beautiful” by Jhala Angelique featuring Monica Summer was the perfect anthem for her movement. The message of Jhalas’ songs is clear: “You don’t need to wear makeup to be beautiful. You are beautiful just how you are.”

“When I heard the words who would paint over Picasso I knew I had to have that song” says Sharifah Hardie. “At a young age we teach our young children to focus on the outside and we don’t do enough to teach the youth to focus on the inside. We must teach our young people how to become entrepreneurs and business owners so that they become the suppliers instead of just consumers.”

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Sharifah Hardie Announces Intent to Run for CA State Senate District 33 in 2024 Primary Election

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Feb. 2, 2021 – PRLog — Business consultant, talk show host, author, and Long Beach, California resident Sharifah Hardie is proud to announce her intent to run for California State Senate District 33 in the  2024 Primary Election. After spending years empowering small businesses, Hardie now plans to use her experience to invest in and improve her community. Specifically, through her candidacy, Hardie will address her plans to create jobs, eradicate homelessness, and achieve diversity, equity, and inclusion in District 33 and across the United States.

Hardie has been a California resident since 1985, spending much of her childhood in South Central Los Angeles. In 2003, Hardie relocated to Long Beach, California, and has lived there since. Though this will be Hardie’s first senate campaign, she has long worked to find solutions to District 33’s many problems, including by running for candidacy in the 2020 Long Beach City Council primaries.

She believes deeply that people can accomplish anything if given the right support, resources, and information, and that diversity, equity, and inclusion are paramount when striving to overcome social disparities and issues. For this reason, she has dedicated her career to consulting businesses in District 33 and beyond, helping individuals find a platform to raise their voices and speak out about important issues, and sharing her own experiences and struggles candidly to inspire others to continue charging ahead.

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