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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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Stop Police Terror Project DC 5h
See you tonight at our Liberation Fundraiser! Come support the work we're doing & win amazing prizes. Purchase a ticket now for 10 raffle tickets to bid on items, & you can purchase more on site. Donations (cash preferred) accepted at door
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Nnenna 15h
Tonight and other organizers shut down the streets of election party. Since Jan 2015 , 19 people have been murdered by Bowser’s police. While she celebrates, we mourn.
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BlackLivesMatter DC 18h
It's Juneteenth. We need our freedom now. Freedom from , freedom from brutality. has murdered 3 Black people since May. And 's policies support and protect them. What are you willing to do for your freedom? When will we be free?
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Central Ohio Worker Center 18h
There was another raid by ICE in Ohio. Over 100 people arrested at work. Over 100 families pulled apart. Over 100 people in detention facing removal proceedings. Over 100 people and their families suddenly lost income. And for what? Who does this benefit?
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BlackLivesMatter DC 18h
. we’re outside and we brought you a tombstone for every Black life lost to police brutality by the since your first term as DC's mayor. 19 tombstones. 19 too many. ⁠ ⁠
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BlackLivesMatter DC 19h
HAPPENING NOW we along with HAVE JUST SHUT DOWN ’s Election Party. Muriel needs to be clear if she wins WE WILL NOT REST until justice is done. She WILL unrelentingly be held accountable for the racism, terror, brutality and murder that is
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SURJ DC 18h
Ah thanks so much! 's Liberation Fundraiser featuring Black-owned businesses is happening tomorrow!
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Stop Police Terror Project DC 20h
"We wanted to have this week of events to reflect on our past, learn from it, and really connect with our community" - our amazing organizer
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Stop Police Terror Project DC 20h
Kicking off the discussion part of 's event with our core organizers and !
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Stop Police Terror Project DC 21h
"Our ancestors loved us enough to fight FOR US, even though they never met us." Historian C.R. Gibbs at 's event
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Stop Police Terror Project DC 21h
"We will never know how many of our ancestors were sent to countries that still had slavery at the end of the Civil War" historian C.R. Gibbs
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Stop Police Terror Project DC 21h
"Our ancestors did not accept enslavement, they fought back- in ways both large and small." At 's celebration
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SURJ DC Jun 19
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Advancement Project Jun 19
" is a necessary moment of observation because our government and our nation and our culture have not really acknowledged the trauma of 4 million enslaved people and their descendants."
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SURJ DC Jun 19
So excited for these events!
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#Prisonculture Jun 18
Replying to @prisonculture
Are y'all paying attention to what ICE is up to in your own states? No? Why not? The problem is not *over there* "somewhere else." It's everywhere across the country.
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Andrew Giambrone Jun 18
draconian rules in hotels used as emergency homeless shelters in the nation's capital --->
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Natacia Knapper Jun 18
Our Week of Celebration and Education has arrived! ✊🏾❤️
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SURJ DC Jun 18
Check out this new report from which shows who is benefitting from destroying the prospects for affordable housing in the Congress Heights redevelopment:
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SURJ DC Jun 18
THIS WED come out for this happy hour and you'll get to both support the great work of AND win awesome prizes from local Black owned businesses! That's two things!
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