RT @R3CoalitionChi: The school-to-prison pipeline continues to deny Black and Brown ppl the right to education #R3CoalitionChi #TheMajority
RT @R3CoalitionChi: Undocumented immigrant workers will pay, on average, about $80,000 more in taxes then they use in govt services #R3Coal
RT @R3CoalitionChi: Solidarity btwn immigrants and native-born workers is the only way to counter the employers' divide and conquer methods…
RT @R3CoalitionChi: Hyper-militarizated police forces are a threat to safety of all of our people #R3CoalitionChi #TheMajority
RT @R3CoalitionChi: Militarization is an "enemy of the poor" and is a threat to the wellbeing of Black, Brown, & other marginalized folks d…
RT @R3CoalitionChi: Mass incarceration is a tool used against labor. #R3CoalitionChi #TheMajority
RT @R3CoalitionChi: Mass incarceration is the state's answer to high unemployment in Black and Brown communities #R3CoalitionChi #TheMajori
"If your group can't say fuck the police out loud, they ain't doing a goddamn thing."
"NYPD extricates black people from NYCHA housing" through raids and intimidation tactics.
"We are in a perpetual state of fight. This is by design."

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BYP100 DC on the Murder of Terrence Sterling

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 19, 2016 CONTACT: Samantha Master dc.chapter@byp100.org   BYP100 DC on the Murder of Terrence Sterling  Young Black activists demand that the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) release the names of cops who murdered Terrence   Washington, D.C. – The DC Chapter of BYP100 is demanding that the names of the officers involved in […]

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 […]
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