Black Lives Matter

Until we are all free to prosper, to enjoy equitable opportunity and to live without fear, it’s not enough to simply not be racist. We must actively fight the systemic and systematic marginalization and oppression of all people of color, and dismantle the systems that perpetuate it within education, media, employment, government, law enforcement, criminal justice and the right to participate in the political process.

We hope you will join us in contributing whatever you are able to to fight against the insidious voter suppression that overwhelmingly affects Black Americans’ ability to be heard in the elections that shape these systems.

As Stacey Abrams said, “Law enforcement, district attorneys, mayors, attorneys general, judges, legislators and governors must be held responsible – and their actions will be on the ballot in November.”