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SURJ DC
Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) DC is a local chapter of a national network organizing white people for racial justice.
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SURJ DC Apr 24
Yeppp seems like the public should get more information about this and
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SURJchicago Apr 23
Never thought we’d say this. But, um .. . We appear to agree with Voldemort.
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SURJ DC Apr 22
Join the movement working for justice for and learn more at events on Wed and Sat
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BlackLivesMatter DC Apr 21
. driving past our organizer in front an event we are co-sponsoring 3 times in 15 mins. Slowing down and (waving once) then speeding up when they leave. 🙄
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Washington Post Apr 21
Churches make a drastic pledge in the name of social justice: To stop calling the police
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Margaret Dwyer Apr 20
Speaking on behalf of joining with and dozens of housing justice activists at DC Council asking for investment of our tax dollars in public housing and vouchers.
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SURJ DC Apr 19
Replying to @SURJ_DC
As a reminder, use our flowchart of things to consider if you are thinking of calling the police:
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SURJ DC Apr 19
Folks. This is why you SHOULD THINK VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE CALLING THE POLICE. This is some reckless use of taxpayer dollars right here.
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T.J. Holmes Apr 19
Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson arrived at Philly at 4:35 for a meeting. Records show 911 was called ... at 4:37.
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ACLU of Virginia Apr 19
"In Virginia, if you are African American, you are 3 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession...in some areas, it could be as high as 8 times." -
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SURJ DC Apr 19
Large applause from audience at Ward 1 Candidate forum for Ed Lazerow suggestion that every bill undergo a racial equity impact assessment- to address significant racial income and education disparities.
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BlackLivesMatter DC Apr 19
Councilmembers and Activists Demand to See MPD's Stop-and-Frisk Data
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Stop Police Terror Project DC Apr 19
Our organizers & in discussing ’s failure to EVEN START to collect & report the stop & frisk data the has required for two years.
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Andrea Gleaves Apr 19
This moderator just said, “there are two sides to everything” about . Why are you using 45 language to talk about police brutality?
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SURJ DC Apr 19
Replying to @gmontross
Or maybe we’ll just have to set it up ourselves.
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ACLU of DC Apr 19
"What do you have to hide? … Because accountability and transparency are the fundamental tenets of police-community relations” tells about our demand letter:
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JusticeG Apr 19
., there are NOT two sides to the murder of . Trainer & Palmer hunted him down for miles, broke numerous general & specific orders, blockaded, then shot him in the back.
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SURJ DC Apr 19
Replying to @SURJ_DC
Boese points out that the city doesn’t make stop & frisk data available, Nadeau points out the need to prevent crime through ONSE, Parker talks about data driven policing & Reid speaks about the economic inequality in Ward 1 that drives crime
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SURJ DC Apr 19
Ward 1 Council candidate forum- Reid calls for police review board w/ impacted residents, Boese calls for Trainer’s termination from MPD for killing Terrence Sterling, Nadeau & Parker speak about the NEAR Act.
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Stop Police Terror Project DC Apr 19
Tonight’s Democratic Ward 1 & Council Chair Candidate Forum focusing on issues related to…
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