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Petitions You Can Sign Today

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In the fight to eliminate the systemic racism that's deeply embedded into American society, it's time for all of us to show up in whatever way we can. Donating money, signing petitions, protesting, voting out racist leaders, making phone calls and writing letters to leaders on the local and national scale, and educating ourselves and the next generation are a few ways to start.

 

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We live in a time where there is an abundance of information about virtually everything. It's pretty easy to find whatever we may need at the click of a button, which is an absolute marvel--but can also sometimes feel overwhelming. Last week we introduced a few ideas for ways to start discussing antiracism with kids (you can see the blog post HERE), and this week we wanted to provide you with a few petitions that you can sign right here, right now, to help create change.

 

Enhance the Accountability of Police with the Police Accountability Act of 2020
Ban the Use of Rubber Bullets by Police Officers Against Protestors and Civilians
Justice for Breonna Taylor, who was shot when the police were performing an illegal, unannounced drug raid in her home, and a second petition calling for the Louisville Metro Police Department to terminate the police involved in her murder.
While the four cops involved in George Floyd's murder have been charged, you can still sign the petition demanding for justice.
And sign the petition to charge the Hennepin County Medical Examiner, who attempted to minimize George Floyd's murder by the hands of police.
We hope that this list will help introduce new ways that you can help. 

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