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Move Beyond the Hashtag is a resource hub to help you take action in the fight against racial injustice and police brutality in America. The rate at which black Americans are killed by police is more than twice as high as the rate for white Americans. It is only when we all speak up and act that true reform and change can happen.
Know the criminal justice system/law of the land
Fight racial injustice by being well informed. Know the criminal justice system on the local and national levels. This includes knowing your citizen rights.
Get involved in the political process
Know how to get in contact with your local, state and national political leaders. Find out what bills are being considered and passed, how you can help to initiate a bill and VOTE!
Connect with an action/initiative
Connect with an action, program or initiative as a volunteer, donor or partner. View our resource directory to find the best connection for you.
Black Americans make up 13 percent of the American population but are killed by the police at a rate over twice as high as that of white Americans.
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killed by police in 2019
Black population in the u.s.
Blacks Killed by police since 2015
1 million madly motivated moms
I’m building the infrastructure now so that police brutality and abuse of power remain in our nation’s past and not our everyday norm. ~ Tansy McNulty, Founder 1M4
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It is only when we take action as a community will we see significant change. Your race, economic background, educational level or profession should never deter you from fighting for the good of our communities.
Educate. Equip. Empower.
When it comes to fighting racial injustice and working to end police brutality, people often want to take action, but they don’t know how. Move Beyond the Hashtag was created by For Her Media to educate, equip and empower everyday citizens to get involved in eliminating the systematic racism that has for too long defined our broken nation.
We provide a growing list of organizations you can get involved with whether it is donating time or money, signing a petition, participating in a peaceful protest or making a phone call. We also give you information related to the criminal justice system and resources to help you get connected to local politics and police departments.
JULY 7, 2020
PEOPLE OF COLOR DON’T SHOP IN ECONOMIC PROTEST.
“For it isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn’t enough to believe in it. One must work at it.”
“The ultimate measure of a person is not where one stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where
one stands in times of challenge and controversy.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.