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For example University Park, Pa:

Virtual symposium addresses police brutality and the popular uprisings

Sept. 18 event hosted by the Consortium for Social Movements and Education and the Africana Research Center, along with 16 colleges, centers, programs and networks at Penn State

October 13, 2020

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Creating a place for advocacy was the focus of the “Reflections on Organizing and Power: Anti-Black Police Brutality and the Popular Uprisings” Zoom symposium held on Sept. 18.

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“People’s lives are at stake. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, people have had to sit idle and digest the news of multiple killings of Black people — whether they be men, women, trans or non-binary folks.

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“In Minneapolis, we have faced year after year of Black people being killed by police who have then faced little or no charges or convictions…

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The symposium featured 23 online breakout sessions where participants could discuss action steps including letter writing as political advocacy; youth organizing for racial justice; seeing through the anti-black diversity playbook; how to be an effective scholar-activist; promoting anti-racism and diversity initiatives; organizing to defund the police and alternative solutions; the labor movement and BLM and processing the response to the BLM movement.

https://news.psu.edu/story/633469/2020/10/13/impact/virtual-symposium-addresses-police-brutality-and-popular-uprisings


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