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

Text 'SUPPORTER' to (508) 928-8555 to join the We Keep Us Safe Network and stand in solidarity at a moment's notice.

 
 
 
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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.

 
 
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Black Women are the architects of our movements

Million Hoodies NYC chapter leader Jackie Bediako joined the Women's March NYC for a conversation about Black women leadership in our human rights movements for social change.

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The legacy of mlk is alive today in these young activists

Meet some of the young activists, including leaders from Million Hoodies chapters, who are, in various ways, carrying on in Dr. King’s footsteps today. Here they explain in their own words what they’re fighting for.

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Sarasota and tampa activists rally against war on syria

Million Hoodies West Florida chapter's Steven Keshishian spoke about his experiences as an ethnically Armenian, Lebanese-American student at a rally in front of Sarasota's “Unconditional Surrender” statue.

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Sincerely, The black kids

Million Hoodies West Florida chapter's Matthew Wainwright released a trailer for their new documentary, which opens up a discussion with Black student leaders about their campus climate.

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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.

 
 
 
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