Aug 06, 2015

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Sign the pledge: I acknowledge that racism is an everyday reality, that white privilege exists, and that it is my duty to make the United States a more just and equitable place in my lifetime! Something is wrong when the U.S. Supreme Court upholds a law (Arizona SB 1070) that allows police to profile, stop and question someone doing nothing wrong based solely on the color of their skin*...

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