#SayHerName: Police Violence at the Intersections of Oppression for Black Women

(3 Virtual Events)

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The forces of structural racism and sexism are multifaceted and impact Black women in a multitude of ways across various sectors. However one through-line is the way in which Black women’s interactions with the state often turn violent and are sometimes fatal. Homelessness, gender policing or mental illness can lead to fatal interactions with police and other state actors. As part of #HerDreamDeferred: A Week on the Status of Black Women and Girls, the African American Policy Forum and the Transformative Justice Coalition held 3 virtual events on Tuesday, March 27 to explore these varied dynamics of oppression and violence. 

IGNITING CHANGE WITH BARBARA ARNWINE
TJC Founder, Barbara Arnwine, hosted AAPF co-founders Kimberlé Crenshaw and Luke Harris on her radio show, Igniting Change with Barbara Arnwine for an update of the #SayHerName campaign. They were joined by several family members of the #SayHerName movement. The entire program can be listened to here. 

#SAYHERNAME TWITTER STORM & TOWN HALL
Following the radio show, AAPF and other racial and gender justice organizations hosted a 2 hour long twitter storm & town hall to continue the conversation.

NOWTHIS NEWS VIDEO
The day concluded with the release of NowThisNews's brand new video on #SayHerName. We encourage you to watch it and share with friends!