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We use direct actions to interrupt the status quo and bring awareness to key issues and different forms of state violence affecting the root causes of the plight of black and brown people around the world.,

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We stand against the many forms of state violence: police killings, mass incarceration, poverty and others.  We stand for justice for Tony Robinson and ALL Black lives lost at the hands of the state. We stand for community and self determination. We will not stop until we are free.

Staying Engaged This July

YGB raising awareness and building community

Staying Engaged This July

Dear YGB Community,

 As the Trump Administration’s continues its ruthless assault on the rights of immigrants, people of color, and marginalized communities, we NEED to stand up and use our people power to fight back! Please use the July events below to come together and make it happen!

 Find out more about YGB Support at YGBCoalition.org

 

 

 Riding 24 Hours in Support of Immigrants and Refugees

July 7 at 8am to July 8 at 8am - Olin Park (1156 Olin-Turville Court)

 

In response to Trump’s authoritarian attacks on immigrants and refugees, BiciClub Latino de Madison will organize a 24 hour bike ride to resist the Administration’s policies - and YOU can participate on your own bike, whether for one hour or all 24. For more info, click here.

 

 

 

TAR: Protest Against Family Separation

Tuesday, July 10 at 1pm - 5315 Wall St

 

On July 10, join Tuesday Action & Resistance (TAR) at Ron Johnson’s Madison office to protest ICE, family separation, and our government’s assault on immigrants and refugees. For more info, click here.

 

 

 

Día de las Familias Latinas at the Jefferson County Fair

Sunday, July 15 at 12pm - Jefferson County Fair (503 N Jackson Ave in Jefferson)

 Next weekend in Jefferson, join La Movida Radio for a full day of music, contests, and Mexican food to bring Latinx families together. For more info, click here.

 

 

 

Saving Our Babies: Community Forum for Black Mothers

Wednesday, July 18 at 5:30pm - Urban League of Greater Madison (2222 S Park St) Suite 200

 This event, hosted by the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness, will host a community forum regarding the low birth rates of Black infants in Dane County, which is racially disproportionate and can lead to childhood illness and early death. For more info and registration, click here.

 

 

 

EEWI Webinar

Friday, July 20 at 9am - Online

 On July 20, Economic Empowerment Wisconsin (EEWI) will host an online webinar discussing paid leadership roles and strategies to empower entrepreneurs of color in Wisconsin. For the Facebook link, click here. For the Eventbrite link, click here.

 

 

 

Unidos 22nd Anniversary

Friday, July 20 at 6pm - Monona Terrace (1 John Nolen Dr)

 For 22 years, UNIDOS has been serving survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and sexual assault in Wisconsin’s Latinx community. This anniversary event at Monona Terrace will celebrate UNIDOS’ work and honor these victims. For more info and tickets, click here.

 

 

 

Building the HIVE

Saturday, July 21 at 11:30am - Online

 On July 21, the Madison Alliance for Black Economic Empowerment (MABEE) will offer an online webinar that will discuss the organization’s efforts to support needs-based resource development for Black businessmen. For the Facebook link, click here. For the Eventbrite link, click here.

 

 

 

2018 Unity Picnic & Black Expo

Saturday, July 21 at 12pm - Urban League of Greater Madison (2222 S Park St) Suite 200

 The 4th Annual Unity Picnic will feature music, dance, food, and face painting, held in partnership with the Black Business Expo. For more info, click here.

 

 

 

Inclusive Leadership: Unconscious Bias, Trust & Decision-Making

Monday, July 23 at 9:30am - DreamBank Madison (1 N Pinckney St)

 This workshop will discuss how an inclusive work culture can promote both diversity and profitability. For more info and registration, click here.

 

 

 

Disability Pride Festival

Saturday, July 28 at 12pm - Tenney Park Shelter (1500 N Sherman Ave)

 This festival will celebrate the lives and civil rights of people with disabilities. For more info, click here.

 

 

 

Mercadito de Centro Hispano

Every Wednesday at 4pm - Centro Hispano (810 W Badger Rd)

Every Wednesday at 4pm throughout the summer, Centro Hispano will host a community market where buyers can interact with farmers. For more info, click here.

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YGB TO PETITION THE UNITED NATIONS

YGB needs your voice in order to get an investigation by the United Nations as we elevate the conversation of of racial disparities in Madison and fight for justice for Tony Robinson, the unarmed black teen murdered at the hands of officer Matt Kenny of the Madison Police Department  

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FIRE MATT KENNY

YGB demands that Matt Kenny, the murderer of Tony Robinson, be fired. Far to often are killer cops left unpunished, and we want Kenny off the streets.

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The Young Gifted and Black Coalition is a circle of young leaders determined to end state violence and raise the voice of communities of color. We are young Black Women, Queer Folks, Straight Folks and Feminist Men who are fighting for Black Liberation. Our focus is on the low income black communities that our core members call home. 

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