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We design campaigns powerful enough to end practices that unfairly hold Black people back, & champion solutions that move us all forward. .
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"You can't separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom." Happy birthday to , a revolutionary activist taken from us far too soon.
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Black users continue to pay the price for ’s dangerous concentration of corp. power. Tell , one of 's largest shareholders, to vote against for the Board of Directors at the shareholder meeting on 5/30!
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ColorOfChange.org May 17
Black women die from pregnancy complications at 3 to 4X the rate of white women. Fear of imprisonment should NOT be one of the reasons our people avoid seeking medical care. DAs have the discretion to refuse to enforce abortion bans. Demand they use it:
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When you're done, share the petition and tag and to make sure they feel the public pressure! Justice for Osaze now!
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We're calling on and to fire the officers, release their names, and implement mental health professionals as first responders. Sign here:
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The DA announced that officers who killed Osaze were justified in shooting him 4 times while experiencing a mental health crisis. Officers knew from his father that he was in need of help. And yet, they showed up with guns drawn.
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AM Joy w/Joy Reid May 18
.: Brown v. Board of Ed revived what was supposed to be this idea of equality & advancement for African-Americans but in doing so it opened the door for reimagining... what equality means... the way we think about law as tool for... giving voice to marginalized.
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ColorOfChange.org May 18
. stars in , a modern-day love story of a teenage Jamaican immigrant spending her final hours in America before her family’s deportation. This beautiful film shows a unique perspective of Black immigration that often goes untold.
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ColorOfChange.org May 18
Four 12-year-old Black girls were strip searched at a school for acting "giddy," which school authorities suspected was because of drugs. Sign now to demand the termination of each employee involved for profiling + traumatizing these girls!
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ColorOfChange.org May 17
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Right now in MS, Latice Fisher, a Black mother charged with 2nd-degree murder after a still birth, is fighting for her freedom & facing life imprisonment. Things would be a lot different if the District Attorney had never charged her in the first place.
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ColorOfChange.org May 17
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Abortion bans put pregnant people's lives at risk. And we know Black women, trans and gender-nonconforming folks are particularly vulnerable and disproportionately criminalized. A study of 413 arrests and forced interventions on pregnant women found that 52% were Black women.
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ColorOfChange.org May 17
Abortion bans in 16 states are threatening to target pregnant people — Black women, trans and gender-nonconforming folks are most vulnerable. We can stop the course of this criminalization by calling on DAs to not enforce abortion bans. Sign the petition:
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ColorOfChange.org May 17
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The abortion bans sweeping across 16 states are UNCONSTITUTIONAL for one. Some District Attorneys in Georgia are already refusing to prosecute and choosing to uphold Roe v. Wade. We need more of DAs standing up like this.
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ColorOfChange.org May 17
Black women die from pregnancy complications at 3 to 4X the rate of white women. Fear of imprisonment should NOT be one of the reasons our people avoid seeking medical care. DAs have the discretion to refuse to enforce abortion bans. Demand they use it:
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ESSENCE May 15
Alabama, Georgia and whoever else— the fight for reproductive justice is not over!
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Rashad Robinson May 17
Nearly five years after Eric Garner’s death, disturbing details about how the NYPD responded to his murder by Daniel Pantaleo are surfacing. I’ll be talking about this on today at 6:30pm EST - tune in if you can.
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ColorOfChange.org May 17
“A Black woman director + DP are going to have a different eye and it's important to have those different perspectives. We are not the same — we have different experiences and see the world differently... that alone can inspire everyone.” -
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ColorOfChange.org May 17
Wishing a very happy birthday to ! Thank you for continuing to use your platform to authentically and for continuing to advocate on behalf of Black queer folks.
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Rashad Robinson May 17
. has repeatedly allowed consumers to be attacked so that corporations can line their pockets, lied to Congress, and failed to address concerns. It’s not a coincidence that he is now conveniently choosing to blame a Black man for his bad behavior.
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