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May 24: Honor Their Lives

May 25: Reimagine Public Safety

May 26: Hold corps accountable

May 27: Celebrate Black Joy

May 28: Commit to Keep Fighting

A day to celebrate, remember, and uplift community members.
A day of education on police divestment and public safety in black and brown communities.
A day to take a deeper look at corporate accountability statements.
A day to reframe what Black joy and activism looks like in our community

A day to give momentum to the road ahead

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  • Wednesday
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  • Friday
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Honoring Their Lives

Reimagine Public Safety

Hold corps accountable

Celebrate Black Joy

Commit to Keep Fighting

A day to celebrate, remember, and uplift community members.
A day of education on police divestment and public safety in black and brown communities.
A day to take a deeper look at corporate accountability statements.
A day to reframe what activism looks like in our community.
A day to give momentum to the road hed
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday

About the event

Color Of Change invites you to join us for a week of movement building, unity, action, and celebration for the black community to commemorate the 1 year anniversary of the racial justice uprisings.

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Councilmember Deborah Rose: Make September 15th Eric Garner Day
We are asking for council member Deborah Rose to introduce legislation to make September 15th, Eric Garner’s birthday, Eric Garner Day in Staten Island. It’s been almost 6 years since Eric’s death at the hands of police, and we are still witnessing police using chokeholds, and other forms of deadly violence against our people with no consequences for law enforcement.
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#JusticeforZadok: Demand Justice For Matthew “Zadok” Williams
Just eight days before the verdict that convicted Derek Chauvin, unidentified police officer(s) killed my brother, Matthew “Zadok” Williams in his own home moments after he asked the officers to identify themselves as he kneeled behind a piece of furniture. Sign the petition: Tell Police Chief Ramos and CEO Thurmond to release all media related to Zadok’s murder, identify the officers, and terminate the employment of the officer(s) who killed Zadok now!
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Athletes Stand Up for Jacob Blake & Racial Justice
Video promoting the Edifye Foundation, supporting and organizing racial justice activism by Black athletes
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Demand Texas Governor Greg Abbott posthumously pardon George Floyd
In 2004 George Floyd was arrested during a police sting in Houston, Texas. Why? Because he was selling a mere $10 worth of drugs. We know an arrest for such a small amount of drugs sounds ridiculous--and it is! However, the U.S’ racist “war on drugs” has always been used to disproportionately harass and arrest Black people, making arrests for even the most minimal amount of drugs. Sadly, as we approach the one-year anniversary of the police murder of George Floyd there are STILL charges on the books against him in Texas, despite the fact that he spent 10 months in jail for his conviction. Color Of Change, along with Mr. Floyd’s family, and other advocates, are calling on the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, and Texas Governor Greg Abbott to posthumously pardon George Floyd--join us
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Human Rights Watch Film Festival

HRWFF presents Apart

6:00 PM est

In a midwestern US state caught between the opioid epidemic and rising incarceration of women, three unforgettable mothers – Tomika, Lydia, and Amanda – prepare to rejoin their families after years of separation.

Virtual

Inspired Artwork for the Week

“Honor Their Lives” Theme

“Reimagine Public Safety” Theme

“Hold Corporations Accountable” Theme

“Celebrate Black Joy” Theme

“Commit to Keep Fighting” Theme

Color Of Change invites you to join us for a week of movement building, unity, action, and celebration for the black community to commemorate the 1 year anniversary of the racial justice uprisings.