Black people experience institutionalized racism each and every day. The brutal killings of Trayford Pellerin, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and countless others are tragic examples of the police violence that plagues our communities.
On Thursday, October 1, join the ACLU of Louisiana's Justice Lab and the family of Trayford Pellerin for a discussion about centering the voices of those who have been most impacted by police violence and empowering communities to combat it.
JUSTICE LAB VIRTUAL TOWN HALL A discussion about police violence and empowering communities. Thursday, October 1, 12 p.m. CT Webinar Details will be sent after RSVP RSVP TODAY
Through Justice Lab's storytelling initiative, the ACLU of Louisiana aims to honor and amplify the experiences of directly impacted people, engage the community, and inspire involvement in local police-reform efforts. In addition to catalyzing social change, storytelling aids healing – as recovery often begins with reconstructing the impact of trauma. Finding a personal narrative can help bring self-awareness, closure, and a sense of connection with the community.