Designer Lindsay Eyth

We won't be silent #BlackAugust #HeyMeg

While police are murdering Black people with impunity, our national leaders have done little more than offer superficial reforms at best and endorse systemic racism and abusive policing at worst. It's time to hold their feet to the fire.

Next week, Cleveland will host the 1st Republican presidential debate. We've purchased 9 billboards right outside the convention center. Will you chip in $20 to cover the costs and make sure the crisis of discriminatory policing is front and center at this debate and beyond?

We need both parties — Republicans and Democrats — to place the issues of mass incarceration and policing at the center of their policy agendas if we ever hope to see any kind of real change at the federal level.


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