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City of Brotherly & Sisterly Love

Philly is a city of movement and action. We don’t always agree but what we DO agree on is safety, justice, and freedom for all. Below, you’ll see where to find other people taking action for important stuff in the Philly Area.

 
 

philly protest information

Philly Protests

Poor People's Campaign

challenge systemic racism, poverty, and the war on economic distortion.

Liberating Philly

Supporting Black Lives and Other Ways to Resist

#PhillyWerise

PHL Uprising

Support Philly Uprising 2020: Food Distribution, Black Trans & Queer Communities, + more

Protesters' rights

The virtual march took place on August 27 and August 28, 2020, the 57th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.

Other Resources

Anti-Violence Partnership

Offering free, short-term therapy to people who feel triggered by recent events and/or those who have experienced violence at the hands of the police.

How to protest safely [guide]

Wired.com has a comprehensive list they shared a few months ago. This article touches on what to do, what to bring and how to stay safe. 

SPIRITS UP

This group is dedicated to opening up more safe spaces for all walks of the black community and work together to heal through yoga and meditation. 

Do you have any suggestions or other resources to share? Email us at concierge@letslive.us

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