How Did Tupac Change Society

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Born Lesane Parish Crooks, Tupac Amaru Shakur was one of those few individuals that created many long lasting relationships in his life. The bond that he created within these relationships were so strong and powerful that even after his death they remain as powerful as when they first began. As an individual, Tupac’s strongest relationship was with society, and he was fixated with different aspects of society such as; the people within society, and the trials and tribulations society faced on a day-to-day basis. Though it is impossible to decipher the mind of Tupac Amaru Shakur, the work that he presented to the world clearly demonstrates that Tupac wanted to change society one way or another. Tupac’s power to get messages across through to society through his music, speeches, and also movies was a huge part of his want to change the world for the better. “I'm not saying I'm gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world.” - Tupac Amaru Shakur.…show more content…
Back in 1993, Tupac received a letter from a couple, and this specific couple had a dying son named Joshua. In the letter the parents stated that Joshua's last wish was to meet Tupac Shakur. When he read the letter, he flew out to the state of Maryland, and took Joshua to a basketball game. Tupac was so inspired by this child and what he had to say, he took the publishing company that he had created, and changed the name from Ghetto Gospel Music to Joshua's Dream after Joshua passed away. In a sense, he was inspired by the struggles of a member of society, and sought out to change the world by being influenced by someone else’s struggles, goals, and

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