Los Angeles based organizations including Dignity and Power Now, Black Lives Matter LA, and the ACLU of Southern California will be joining the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in a Politicon event hosted and moderated by Tourè this Saturday in order to highlight how the families of the victims of police brutality are the ones leading the charge for change, introduce the key players, and encourage people to join the fight.
Check out NewsOne's interactive map to see where the #CaravanForJustice tour is headed.
“We are the only people who can speak for the dead. Their voices are heard through us.” — Stephanie Lightfoot-Bennett, #UKJusticeTeam Yesterday, families of victims of police violence from the UK and from the US joined together in Oakland to launch the #CaravanForJustice. The eight day caravan, led by the Ella Baker Center for Human […]
On Oct. 3 a #CaravanForJustice featuring survivors of law enforcement violence and grassroots organizers embarked on a eight-day traveling tour throughout California to mobilize communities of color against police brutality. Led by the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, in partnership with the ACLU of California, the caravan, which ends Oct. 10, will train community members […]
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