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BLACK LIVES MATTER

June 01, 2020

BLACK LIVES MATTER

we are heartbroken.
we hear you, and we will continue to listen.
in solidarity, we ask everyone to do the same.

LISTEN:
Black Lives Matter 
Color of Change 

DONATE:
Black Lives Matter 
Color of Change 
NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund 
Donate to Community Bail Funds

SIGN:
Justice for Ahmaud Arbery
Justice for George Floyd
 
Justice for James Scurlock
Justice for Breonna Taylor



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