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Here are some simple actions you can take to helping support organizations helping to end mass criminalization.

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“We’re calling on Congress to pass a bill that would adjust federal sentencing laws to block Sessions’ attempts to reignite the War on Drugs. Sentencing reform has bipartisan support in Congress and if we apply enough pressure, we can make

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“NDLON fosters safer, more humane environments for day laborers, both men and women, to earn a living, contribute to society, and integrate into the community.”
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    Aliento @AlientoAZ ·
    Please stay safe and remember to show solidarity and care during these difficult times.
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    Aliento @AlientoAZ ·
    If you’re undocumented or have DACA let’s remember that contact with the police is one of the main reasons that leads to a deportation. We do not want to promote fear, but want to be honest about the potential consequences.
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    Aliento @AlientoAZ ·
    #BREAKING Governor Ducey declared state of emergency. This means people cannot be our the streets starting at 8PM or you will be subject to arrest.
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    Hey, Aileen. @HeyAileen ·
    Also give to @RaceForward - advancing #RacialJustice via research, media and practice. They publish @Colorlines news and present #FacingRace. https://t.co/RLrt7MypDF
  • Colorlines @Colorlines ·
    Dr. Ricco Wright opened The Black Wall Street Gallery in Tulsa’s historic Greenwood District. The gallery aims for visitors to experience art while engaging in difficult dialogues about Black Wall Street, 1921 Race Massacre, and overall race relations: https://t.co/wFd5Uh0F9k
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    Brett Hein @bhein3 ·
    300+ blacks dead, 10,000 homeless, 35 blocks of wealthiest black neighborhood in America destroyed, terrible damage to generational wealth suffered. A story untold for generations After 99 years, will become part of Oklahoma public school history curriculum only this coming fall https://t.co/SqTbKXPG6K
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    Colorlines @Colorlines ·
    Many Black Tulsans have an enduring respect for entrepreneurship and a commitment to carrying on this legacy. Onikah Asamoa-Caesar founded @fultonstreet918 to increase intergenerational literacy in Tulsa. “What if storytelling is an act of revolution?” https://t.co/wFd5Uh0F9k
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    NBC Latino @NBCLatino ·
    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio defends police after video shows NYPD SUV driving into protesters https://t.co/u6rT3iMfvv
  • Colorlines @Colorlines ·
    Many Black Tulsans have an enduring respect for entrepreneurship and a commitment to carrying on this legacy. Onikah Asamoa-Caesar founded @fultonstreet918 to increase intergenerational literacy in Tulsa. “What if storytelling is an act of revolution?” https://t.co/wFd5Uh0F9k
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    Echoing Ida @EchoingIda ·
    “What if storytelling is an act of revolution?” - Onikah Asamoa-Caesar It's been 99 years since the burning of Black Wall Street. Ida @JannaZinzi reflects. https://t.co/4Ln4qLnLel
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    Race Forward @RaceForward ·
    “When we think about lasting social change, we need to activate not just the political sector, not just people elected in office but the cultural sector & the economic sector as well.” - @favianna Rodriguez (at #FacingRace 2018). Join us in Nov. 2020: https://t.co/3yAoSrFv4J
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    Colorlines @Colorlines ·
    If you recently followed us, shared our work or tagged us in an antiracist resource list, thank you! To further support Colorlines, please consider donating. We are a small, POC-led nonprofit team bringing you stories through the lens of racial justice: https://t.co/CvBcnEqwH1
  • Race Forward @RaceForward ·
    Memoirs, #GraphicNovels, speculative fiction & #YA fiction by #POC authors are shifting the public conversation about race & racial justice. If you’re a book lover & a racial justice-minded reader, join us online for our JUNE 4th #RacialJusticeReads event! https://t.co/R2TVyerDQG
  • Colorlines @Colorlines ·
    "While the story of Black Wall Street illustrates the brutality of unchecked white supremacy, it also asserts the robust spirit of the Black community and entrepreneurship," writes @JannaZinzi. https://t.co/Zu5SOdkZnR
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    Colorlines @Colorlines ·
    On this day in 1921, white supremacist mobs, abetted by the police and the National Guard, burned Tulsa’s “Black Wall Street“ area to the ground and killed hundreds of its Black residents. https://t.co/RCnjvnCEQW
  • Colorlines @Colorlines ·
    On this day in 1921, white supremacist mobs, abetted by the police and the National Guard, burned Tulsa’s “Black Wall Street“ area to the ground and killed hundreds of its Black residents. https://t.co/RCnjvnCEQW
  • Race Forward @RaceForward ·
    “Let’s think creatively about what we can all do to create a justice-focused new normal—for all of us.” We Don’t Need to Return to Normal—We Need a New Normal [Op-Ed] https://t.co/Rk4ynFwdVD
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    Tejal Rao @tejalrao ·
    “we grew up in a traumatic police state” — Ruhel Islam, the Bangladeshi immigrant whose restaurant burned this morning, stands with Minneapolis protesters — “we can rebuild a building, but we cannot rebuild a human” https://t.co/qnsVCMS5lt
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    Quintin Quarantino @DCisChillin ·
    Marquee at the fox theater a few minutes before the sun went down.... #blm
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    C🍒 @ciarradawn ·
    The comradery and love for black lives in Seattle was beautiful today. #seattleprotest