As we mark the one year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, We remember, we mourn, and we invite you to take action.
White supremacy continues to thrive within the systems designed to uphold it. More Black lives have been lost to police violence since George Floyd was murdered on May 25th, 2020, including Dolal Idd, Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo, Ma’Khia Bryant, and too many others.
We must end police violence and work together to dismantle systems of oppression.
Many of HECUA’s community partners have moved us beyond pursuing superficial reforms of our criminal justice systems, advocating instead for a collective investment in community-led initiatives for reimagining public safety in our city and surrounding communities. We encourage you to learn more about these movements for equity and justice, and to support this effort to establish a future free from police violence.
- Yes for Minneapolis
Join our partners at Take Action and get involved in the Yes 4 Minneapolis campaign. Volunteers are needed to help reimagine public safety in Minneapolis.
Join our partners at MN350 and support their work to #StopLine3 and end militarized policing of indigenous communities #StopLine3. Read more about how private corporate interests are oppressing indigenous communities: Enbridge shells out $750 million to law enforcement for Line 3 protest costs.
- Minneapolis United for Rent Control
Abolition looks like housing for all. Sign this petition written by our partners at United Renters for Justice/ InquilinXs UnidXs por Justicia to demand rent control in Minneapolis.
We remember George Floyd. Black lives matter every day.