Anti-Black racism and bigotry, evidenced by the recent killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, among the many others whose lives have been taken and are taken every day, is traumatizing Black children, even before they are born. It hurts to see their families and communities dehumanized and targeted, in particular by the very people that are said to provide protection. It hurts not just their health, but their chances for a good, successful life.
In solidarity: Black Lives Matter
This is a significant moment in time. It must be a catalyst for change that is long overdue and will come only with sustained commitment and action. It will require of us a willingness to look in the mirror and question our own perceptions and our practices and to speak out for equality and justice and stand up against racism and injustice. The shocking deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, among many, are a stark reminder of the daily reality that Black people face at the hands of individuals and institutions charged with their protection and safety. The death of Chantel Moore last week here in Canada, highlights how Indigenous people, in a different context, are also at terrifying risk. Racism and discrimination exists everywhere.
WE WILL NEVER GIVE UP THE FIGHT AGAINST CPS! - The oral arguments were great! You can listen to the oral arguments by clicking this link here: http://media-oa.ca8.uscourts.gov/OAaudio/2020/3/191419.MP3 We showed the federal court Judges Ralph R. Erickson, L. Steven Grasz and Jonathan A. Kobes that you will never stop fighting for your children. We filled the court room! The CPS laws, policies, practices and customs WILL BE changed!
This video provides a brief recap of what laws CPS (Child Protection Services) broke against Dwight Mitchell and the parental association "Stop CPS From Legally Kidnapping Children", why the federal civil rights lawsuit against CPS was filed, the upcoming Oral Argument before the 8th Circuit US Court of Appeals in St. Paul, Minnesota on March 11, 2020 at 11 AM, and the Rally planned for the same day at 8:30 AM in front of the Federal Court House.
Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
WE WILL NEVER GIVE UP THE FIGHT! - Come watch the oral arguments and show federal court Judges Ralph R. Erickson, L. Steven Grasz and Jonathan A. Kobes that you will never stop fighting for your children.
WE MUST FILL UP THE COURT ROOM!
The CPS laws, policies, practices and customs must be changed!
We had hundreds of people attend the last Rally. This time we want to double the amount.
JUST LIKE BEFORE WE WILL HAVE THE TV AND NEWS MEDIA PRESENT!
Fox News Coverage Of Last Rally:
Wear your Stop CPS T-Shirts, Bring your signs, We will bring the banner, Let's double the number of people that came before! The courthouse must be full of supporters!
THIS A NATION WIDE THAT MUST STOP!
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