Find out what Omari Hardwick is doing to help stop domestic violence on the flip…
The 42-year-old Best abs in Hollywood star announced this week that he joined forces with Tess Albrecht’s & Palmer Brown’s #SignforDelivery.
Omari Hardwick and his wife Jae Hardwick have created company named #BraveLife. He is happy to be able to use his celebrity and speak for the victims of domestic violence. Brave is for all women, children, wives, and men who are are victims of domestic abuse.
“I have joined forces with Tess Albrecht’s & Palmer Brown’s #SignforDelivery to stand for those who are victims of domestic violence. So so long ago i created my company name of #BraveLife. God is such the special one. Full circle…..I am now able to use this stage, this mic, this place in my life to stand quietly & loudly for those who require an enormous amount of bravery to endure the involuntary battle life finds them in.”
Will never proclaim to be able to save the world, but I hope to help certain broken wings flap again. You can go to the link in my bio to sign up for early notification of the launch of this campaign. God bless you all & particularly those who directly or indirectly have been affected by this ugliness.
Omari goes on to say:
“The shirt we created for this campaign. It is image of my tattoo’d wing. Symbolizing new flight/rebirth/freedom for these victims.”
Omari has created this shirt in an effort to empower individuals around the world to stand up and speak out about the issue of domestic violence. The “Wing” design represents one’s ability to fly away and be free from the confines of abuse and hardship.
“I got (my tattoo) when I lost a son some years ago and I lost a brother within the same year.”
The wing extends down his shoulder to signify “a moment of me just feeling like I needed to free myself from that pain.”
Omari continues to say:
“I fall asleep thinking this is me passing my wing in my flesh to the spirits and the hearts and the souls of these women who have been battered and been affected by domestic violence.”
“Brave” is inscribed on the women’s shirt to signify the bravery it takes to stand up against abuse. Life, written across the men’s sleeve, signifies the lives of the victims of abuse who shall never be forgotten or overlooked.
Listen to what Omari had to say below:
Help support Omari Hardwick and his mission to stand up against domestic violence.
If you are a victim of domestic violence past or present, please reach out to this amazing national organization. You can get the personal help you need to get out and find safety.
National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233