Efforts are working!

Efforts to fight injustice are working!
This from the Grassroots Law Project:
To everyone who helped get no-knock raids banned in Louisville last night: We can’t thank you enough. You made over 150k calls. We can’t thank the groups on the ground enough. They protested and organized in the face of police brutality. Together, we made #BreonnasLaw happen.
So let’s keep it up!
Sean Monterrosa was kneeling down with his hands up when Vallejo police shot and killed him at a local Walgreens during protests for George Floyd. He was unarmed and cooperative, but Vallejo police officer Jarrett Tonn shot Sean five times from behind the windshield of an unmarked police car.
He didn’t even get out of the car. Officer Jarrett Tonn shot Sean Monterrosa through his OWN windshield. Sean was kneeling on the ground with his hands up. We need your help NOW to get justice for Sean:

StandWithSean.com

Call, 707-209-7176 to demand justice for Sean. 

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Stand With Sean
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The Fight for Justice

Well the quiet and rest was nice for awhile. That’s how I have spent most of this quarantine time, resting. But everything is picking up for me. This time is such an opportunity to fight for justice and I don’t want to miss it. There is a lot to read, movies to watch in order to educate, talk with the black community, protest, research how to bring justice and break down a corrupt system.

Last night I watched an excellent documentary on the sovereignty commission based in Mississippi during the 50’s and 60’s. It was the largest spy operation in the US before 9/11 with a mission to keep blacks and whites segregated. I was just a babe and had no idea all this was happening. Highly recommend, Spies of Mississippi, streaming for free on Amazon, may be on PBS as well.

Looking for a place to make a donation with this fight for justice as their goal, consider,

Southern Poverty Law Center