Black Justice is Our Justice
The Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) and The Leadership Conference Education Fund are proud to partner together to launch Black Justice is Our Justice, a campaign that has never been more relevant given the context of this election year. Black Immigrants have always played an integral role in the fight for a fair and just society by holding true to the democratic principle that everyone should have an equal opportunity to engage in civil and political life in the United States.
An inclusive, fair, and just society must prioritize and engage the most marginalized realities in creating a healthy and strong democracy. Across the United States, as Black communities are rising for justice, there is unprecedented recognition that criminalization has denied Black people of their inherent civil rights and liberties.
Anti-blackness is the root of all forms of bigotry and xenophobia in America today. Black Justice is Our Justice is a national campaign that will undermine tactics white supremacists use to divide diverse immigrant communities and others targeted for hate. We see the ways politicians and others use fear to sow division between communities of color, Black communities, religious minorities, immigrants, and other groups historically excluded. Our campaign will highlight stories of real and meaningful solidarity and unity among diverse immigrant groups and other communities targeted for hate. We will highlight community leaders fighting white supremacy while providing practical tools to bridge divides and fight back.
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Black Justice is Our Justice. Black Justice is Immigrant Justice. Black Justice is Latino Justice. Black Justice is Asian American Justice. Black Justice is Muslim Justice. Black Justice is LGBTQ Justice. Black Justice is Disability Justice. Black Justice is Jewish Justice.
Join us to learn more. Fighting all forms of bigotry in this country demands that we combat anti-blackness and reckon with our ongoing legacy of white supremacy.