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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#FreedomCities: IMmigrant Worker Justice Tour

On May Day, we took the streets to demand that New York City becomes a Freedom City! The tour comprised of stops that speak to the intersectional platform of Freedom Cities including policing, incarceration, immigration, workers, gentrification, and climate change.

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EVENT: Sisters of comedy on June 6 at Carolines on Broadway

Join the Million Hoodies NYC chapter on June 6 at Carolines on Broadway for Sisters of Comedy featuring Robin Thede, Roy Wood, Jr, Gina Yashere, and others. Partial proceeds from the evening will benefit our work to end gun violence.

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Freedom campus: Bard college

The Million Hoodies Bard College chapter delivered a set of demands to their college president and administration in April from the students of color community to build a Freedom Campus! 

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Our Gun violence #5WordSpeech

Seven Million Hoodies members from our Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School chapter in New York City were included in a powerful video about gun violence at the Webby Awards. 

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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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