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SAY HER NAME: #SandraBland

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SAY HER NAME: #SandraBland
Every day for the rest of June, SGCA will highlight a different life/case/story of another life lost to police brutality or racist civilians who took the law into their own hands. We want justice, we want peace, we want BLACK LIVES TO MATTER JUST AS MUCH AS ALL LIVES MATTER! Join us daily as we say their names and remember their stories.

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SAY HIS NAME: #PhilandoCastile

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SAY HIS NAME: #PhilandoCastile
Every day for the rest of June, SGCA will highlight a different life/case/story of another life lost to police brutality or racist civilians who took the law into their own hands. We want justice, we want peace, we want BLACK LIVES TO MATTER JUST AS MUCH AS ALL LIVES MATTER! Join us daily as we say their names and remember their stories.

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SAY HER NAME: #BreonnaTaylor

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SAY HER NAME: #BreonnaTaylor
Every day for the rest of June, SGCA will highlight a different life/case/story of another life lost to police brutality or racist civilians who took the law into their own hands. We want justice, we want peace, we want BLACK LIVES TO MATTER JUST AS MUCH AS ALL LIVES MATTER! Join us daily as we say their names and remember their stories.

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SAY HIS NAME: #GeorgeFloyd

Posted by Sandra Waterman on

SAY HIS NAME: #GeorgeFloyd
Every day for the rest of June, SGCA will highlight a different life/case/story of another life lost to police brutality or racist civilians who took the law into their own hands. We want justice, we want peace, we want BLACK LIVES TO MATTER JUST AS MUCH AS ALL LIVES MATTER! Join us daily as we say their names and remember their stories.

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Educate, Enlighten, Excite: Making Black Lives Matter...TO ALL!

Posted by Sandra Waterman on

Educate, Enlighten, Excite: Making Black Lives Matter...TO ALL!
As if 2020 hasn’t already been a roller coaster since the beginning of the year, it seems like “stuff just hit the fan” in America. Truth is, Black Americans have been living in this version of reality far longer than just this past week.

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