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ICYMI: Here are the posts you visited, loved, shared or might have missed for the week ending June 26, 2020.

1. BLOG: Breonna's killers are still at large: Take Action! 

Only one of the three police officers responsible for Breonna’s death has been fired by the Louisville Police Department and none of the officers have been arrested or charged with her death.

Tell Mayor Greg Fischer we won't wait another 100 days for justice for Breonna Taylor.

2. ACTION: Tell Congress to Save Childcare!

The size and scope of the impact of this public health crisis on the childcare sector is profound and growing, and immediate action must be taken. Urge your members of Congress to support the Child Care is Essential Act. 

3. BLOG: In Honor of Her: Venida Browder and her fight for justice told by her son Deion Browder

This post from December 2018 has skyrocketed in popularity because of increased interest in Ava Duvernay's 13th documentary about racial inequality and the U.S. prison system. Kalief Browder, a young man who took his life after enduring violent trauma while incarcerated, was profiled in the film.

Beatriz Beckford, a Campaign Director at MomsRising who works on juvenile justice issues, connected with Deion Browder, brother to Kalief and son to Venida Browder.  

Read this phenomenal woman's story of love, motherhood and her fight for justice. 

4. STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Monifa Bandele

A lot of people have visited Monifa Bandele's profile this past week, with good reason! 

Read more about why this activist, mom, Brooklynite and leader in the Movement for Black Lives is one to watch! 


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