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Stand up for L.O.V.E.

July 4

July 4th is Independence Day in the United States.

As poignantly pointed out by Frederick Douglas in the 1852 address, historically, this country has not shown the same regard for Black people as set forth by the framers in the Declaration of Independence. Do you believe Black people should have the same inalienable rights Thomas Jefferson and 55 others endorsed in this document?

Show your support for Black people’s rights to live, own, vote, and excel.

  • Download the image above.
  • Make it your profile picture on Independence Day on social media.
  • Use the hashtags #NextNarrative #BlackLOVE #IndependenceDay
  • Encourage family, friends, and colleagues to do the same.

It only takes the action of a few to spark change. To take things a step further, read the documents linked to above

Have a safe and peaceful holiday weekend.

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Date:
July 4
Website:
www.nextnarrative.net