We are in very trying times– not only from the isolation, fear and sickness that we have personally witnessed during the COVID epidemic, but from the intolerance, racism and injustice displayed in our country. Our nation is again faced with incidents that will test our humanity and resolve. We recognize that this type of atrocity and madness must stop, and that we must mobilize and spring into action to calmly and professionally address the issue of police brutality toward African Americans. NFBPA will continue to update this page with resources about racism and bias in America:
Civic Dinners: What is an Ally? How to become an Ally and how to be an Ally in everyday conversations
Campaign Zero: We can live in a world where the police don't kill people by limiting police interventions, improving community interactions, and ensuring accountability.
The Justice and Policing Act: To hold law enforcement accountable for misconduct in court, improve transparency through data collection, and reform police training and policies...Click Here for Bill Highlights
Starbucks: Letter from CEO: Courageous conversations in the wake of George Floyd’s murder
AFRO The Black Media Authority: Documentary About White Privilege Hitting Record Numbers on Amazon
By WBTV Web Staff | June 16, 2020 at 6:42 PM EDT - Updated June 17 at 4:34 AM
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Mecklenburg County Commissioners have unanimously passed a proclamation declaring racism a public health crisis.
Bipartisan Push to Change Mississippi’s Flag:June 9, 2020 at 3:30 pm EDT By Taegan Goddard
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