The current times of the COVID-19 pandemic shows that reducing harms to Black communities is more than drug policy reform and it necessitates a movement that includes faith and community leaders and directly impacted people who work at the intersections of health care, mass incarceration, child welfare, and environmental injustice to analyze and determine how to mitigate the hurt, harm, oppression, and trauma that continues to be imposed on Black women and girls in the United States.

We invite all to join us as we build partnerships, establish principles of understanding, and create organizing and policy strategies that will together work to fight against policies and practices that harm Black women.
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Featured Presenters:

RLC Network

Black Women Rising

Georgetown University

The New School

Resilient Sisterhood Project

National Congress on Faith and Social Justice

Parent Legislative Action Network