White Americans in particular are very invested in this belief of America as the home of the brave, the land of the free, where everybody has opportunity...that is a part of their identity...What do you do when someone challenges your identity?
Making Contact - PRX.org
In cities across the country, black women - many of whom have been on the front lines of the Movement for Black Lives - are lifting up the names of their sisters killed by police.
This March, Manolia Charlotin, a multimedia journalist with the The Media Consortium, and Cat Brooks, artist and organizer with Oakland's Anti Police-Terror Project sat down at a community event in San Francisco to talk about Say Her Name and what it looks like to build a movement that centers black women.
Jamison Robinson, Yuvette Henderson's brother, talks about the difference it makes when a community comes together to demand justice after the police kill someone. LISTEN
Jamison Robinson, brother of Yuvette Henderson; Manolia Charlotin, journalist with The Media Consortium, Cat Brooks, artist and organizer with the Anti Police-Terror Project
Photo Credit: Rowland Scherman Poster Credit: Black Feminist Future