Building next generation human rights leaders to end anti-black racism and systemic violence.

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We are committed to building a democracy where all Black and Brown people have social, political, cultural, and economic freedom and the right to be safe.


Black children have the right to be children

Historically, Black children in the United States have been subject to a racist system, which not only exposes them to unspeakable violence, but also criminalization. Read Million Hoodies NYC chapter leader Jacqueline Bediako's op-ed about the devastating impacts of systemic violence on our children.

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Happy birthday Trayvon!

Happy 23rd birthday Trayvon! The Million Hoodies NYC chapter launches their #Lifeat23 campaign to honor Trayvon and the lives lost from police brutality and gun violence. 

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100 Days Initiative, Activist Spotlight: Lexi Parra

Million Hoodies Bard College chapter's Alexis Parra, has been working as a community organizer on Bard's campus since her first year in Annandale. Now a senior photography and human rights major, activism and organizing work has become an integral part of Parra’s life, both personally and professionally. 

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Happy 6th Anniversary Million Hoodies!

We're celebrating Million Hoodies Movement for Justice's 6th birthday! Over the past six years, Million Hoodies has been busy bridging the gap between gun violence prevention and mass criminalization.

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Join the Movement

To realize our vision and achieve our goals, we:

  • Develop the leadership of students and young people to build local power to transform our communities from violence and criminalization. We organize young people of color from a range of experiences and identities.

  • Run campaigns to push back against anti-black racism and the criminalization of our communities.

  • Educate our members and the public on the critical issues facing our communities.