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A Love Letter to Black People

Family, We know that Friday, January 20th was a rough one, but we just want to remind you that we love you and we got your back. We can’t downplay the current political moment and will not promise that you won’t feel the impact of this administration. But what we can promise is that we […]

BYP100 DC and BLM DC Shutdown National Fraternal Order of Police

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 20, 2016 CONTACT: L’lerrét Jazelle Ailith 443-488-0312 llerret@byp100.org   BYP100 DC and BLM DC Shutdown National Fraternal Order of Police   BYP100 and BLM DC join with the Movement for Black Lives demanding divestment from policing and calling for #FreedomNow. Livestream here –> http://byp100.org/breakingdcfopshutdown/   Washington, D.C. – On July 20, 2016, […]

BYP100 in Defense of Black Rage and Black Resistance

Media Contact: L’lerret Ailith BYP100 Communications Manager llerret@byp100.org 443-488-0312 BYP100 is committed to the long-term struggle for Black liberation, human dignity, and transformative justice.  As our people – Black men, women, girls, femmes, and folks of all or no gender alike – are slaughtered in our streets by the hands of police and killed slowly and […]

BYP100 2016 Election Summer Organizing Fellowships

BYP100 believes that civic engagement is not the beginning or the end of the work we’re building towards a vision of radical black liberation. It is a tool and an opportunity to build power, infrastructure, and data on black youth to help influence our ongoing campaigns and organizational initiatives. In this election we will be […]

BYP100 National Organizing Co-Chair

BYP100 is a leading organization in today’s movement for Black liberation. Our national membership of Black 18-35 year old activists engage in high impact direct action, issue-based and symbolic campaigns, and grassroots organizing work. We are currently searching for a new National Organizing Co-Chair who will be integral in deepening our civic engagement programming outside of […]

BYP100 Statement Demanding for the Release of Jasmine Abdullah

On June 2, 2016, Jasmine Abdullah, founder of the Black Lives Matter Pasadena Chapter, was convicted of a lynching charge and is facing a maximum of four years imprisonment as a result. Jasmine was accosted as she was trying to protect a fellow community member from being held within police custody. BYP100’s national membership of […]
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