Women Confronting Racism is committed to helping white women do their own work, examining their implicit and explicit biases. We will provide informational programs and real world solutions in order to work towards the eradication of systemic racism. We will join allies in anti-racist efforts to effect dynamic change in our local, state and national communities.
BLACK LIVES MATTER
For centuries Black lives have been, and continue to be, devalued, denied, disrespected, threatened and extinguished with impunity in our country. As a nation, we must dismantle systems of structural racism which marginalize and oppress Black people. Now is the time to join in solidarity around our common
Therefore, Women Confronting Racism:
• Unites with those seeking justice for the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many other known and unknown victims of police violence.
• Commits to the long struggle to end unjust policies and systemic racism everywhere.
• Stands with all those who name and denounce police brutality, white supremacy, and language which divides, belittles and intimidates.
• Pledges to address the violence of white privilege and to create a world in which all are treated with dignity and respect.
A Nonprofit Organization
WCR conducts relevant programs both for the public and for members only
Livonia Equity and Anti Racism Network presents:
A Pull Over Prevention/Free Brake Light Repair Clinic - Sunday, October 30, 2022 - 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. - 7 Mile Rd. & Middlebelt
Since 2020, Livonia Equity and Anti Racism Network has hosted this bi-annual event providing metro Detroit drivers with tail and brake light repair services free of charge.
This public service aims to prevent unnecessary police stops, expensive tickets and fines, and possible court appearances, to benefit the greater community.
By reducing these kinds of police stops that disproportionately affect vulnerable populations, we are working together with LCCABL toward our mutual goal of “public safety for all”.
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