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The Hub is excited to announce the COVID19 Policing Project, a new digital organizing resource in the expanding landscape of policing and criminalization under a global pandemic in the United States.

The Community Resource Hub for Safety & Accountability works to ensure all people have access to resources and tools to advocate for systems change and accountability in law enforcement.

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M4BL National Call: In Defense of Black Life

Movement for Black Lives

The killing of Black people at the hands of the police is taking place against the backdrop of a pandemic that is taking Black lives at an alarming rate. Our communities continue to be disinvested in and our people continue to be vulnerable to every harm in our society. This is why we call to defund police departments across the country and demand an investment of those resources into the needs of our communities.

We know what is happening in Minneapolis is a product of what has happened to Black people for decades. We are paying attention and we are ready to rise.

Join us for M4BL’s National Call to Action Call, hear from Organizers in Minneapolis and across the country. We will share our demands and ways for folks to take action!

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Talking About Policing & Violence With Youth: An Activity and Resource Guide

Project NIA

This activity guide includes stories, poems, and statistics to engage young people around the history of policing in the United States and the manifestations of police violence.

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“Coins, Cops, and Communities” Toolkit

American Friends Service Committee

This 2016 toolkit, developed by youth interns, contains activities and supplemental materials for exploring the costs of policing in Chicago and what community safety can look like beyond the police.

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COVID-19 Life Kit – We Keep Us Safe! Community Care & Mutual Aid

Equity and Transformation (EAT) Chicago

Equity and Transformation along with the support from other community groups and individuals have designed this “Life Kit” as a way to offer what we can to help anyone that maybe struggling right now as well as providing them with useful information and resources in order to stay healthy. We must rely on each other to take care of US! This pamphlet includes the necessary information to help you get through COVID-19.

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Alternatives to Calling the Police: Anti-Racist Education for Asian Diaspora in Canada during COVID-19

Policing the Pandemic (Canada)

This document was first created in May 2020 and is an ongoing work in progress! We hope this can be a living and collaborative document. We recognize that there are many existing resources and google docs before this one on alternatives to calling the police. Our goal for this document was to compile some of these resources and place them in the context of anti-Asian racism, in Canada, during the COVID-19 pandemic—and what we hope can be a broader dialogue around interracial solidarity.

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Police State & Surveillance of Blackness in time of COVID

Stop LAPD Spying Coalition

A discussion with Professor Simone Browne, an educator and author of Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness and We Like to Watch: Race and Sociology of Surveillance; and Pete White, Executive Director – Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA CAN).

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