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Racial Justice

Poder in Action – Youth Power Candidate Forum: Holding Phoenix Union Accountable

Youth from Poder in Action, Demand to Learn, and Puente have worked hard to create an online Phoenix Union Candidate Forum. On September 30 from 5:30-7:00pm the #CopsOuttaCampus coalition is hosting a youth led forum to hold candidates accountable to making Phoenix Union more equitable and anti-racist by highlighting candidates who are working toward removing […]

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Poder in Action – Community Night

Join us this Saturday, September 19, for a socially distant dinner and movie while we register to vote, learn how to register others, and fill out the census. Dinner and registrations will be happening from 5-7pm and a film will be played from 7-9pm. WHAT TO BRING Masks are required. A blanket for the film […]

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Black Lives Matter Phoenix Metro – WE ARE STILL HERE

Join families impacted by Police Violence Wednesday Aug. 26th, to demand justice for the lives taken by Phoenix PD and hold council members & Mayor Gallego accountable who were vacationing while our communities still mourn and wait for answers. During their vacation, three more community members were killed and we have yet to hear from […]

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Poder in Action – Phx Futuro Candidate Forum – District 7

On August 13th from 6:00-7:30pm Poder in Action is hosting a forum for candidates running for the Phoenix City Council seat in District 7. This will be an online forum via zoom and Facebook live. We will discuss issues of policing, city budgets, healthy communities, and safety, part of our #PHXFuturo Vision. Get to know […]

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Understanding Whiteness: How Woke Are You?

We will be using this as a start to a year long series on “Studies on Whiteness” This specific Conversation will focus the idea of White Wokeness. What does it mean to be white? How do we deconstruct Whiteness? Where do we see ourselves on the wokeness spectrum? Join us for this interactive dialog with […]

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Protest Scottsdale Councilman Who Mocked George Floyd’s Death!

We have to show the world that Arizona wants to change! We don’t want to be known for our racism anymore. It starts with our voices and our protests against our racist community leaders. Show this racist and his supporters that we have had enough. Remove Guy Phillips! The exact meet up location so we […]

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Black Lives Matter Phoenix Metro – Justice for Dion & Dalvin

Join us Monday, July 27 at Tempe Beach Park, 5pm, to demand #JusticeForDionJohnson and #JusticeForDalvinHollins. This is not a family-friendly event and you must be 16 or older. Masks required. Dion Johnson was murdered May 25, 2020 by Arizona DPS Trooper George Cervantes. Dion’s birthday is July 28, 2020. He should be turning 29. We demand the release […]

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Justice For Jordan Peaceful Protest

Justice for Jordan Stevens! Cocopah Tribal Member Jordan Stevens was in the process of being released from the Yuma County Adult Detention Center in 2017 when he was heinously assaulted, and killed by numerous correctional officers. His death was ruled as a homicide yet no correctional officers have been arrested or have been held accountable […]

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Advocacy Training: Hunger, Race, & Loving Thy Neighbor

RSVP: https://webinar.ringcentral.com/webinar/register/WN_I5djMiV4TwSrGShdHHVMpQ Bread for the World Southwest Region Presents: Hunger, Race, and the Loving Thy Neighbor A virtual event featuring topics such as: -Keynote Speaker: Bishop Lawrence Reddick of the (CME) Eighth Episcopal District -Domestic & Child Nutrition -International Development Aid -Learn about August’s advocacy efforts and how to write a “Letter to the Editor” […]

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