Brittany Coleman

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Brittany Coleman

Brittany D. Coleman is a Kansas City Missouri activist.

Ferguson rally

December 2014, One Struggle KC held a rally in Parade Park (corner of Truman Road and the Paseo) starting at 3:30 p.m. There were a handful of speakers, followed by some "direct actions."

Organizer Brittany Coleman told The Pitch that #kcparadeaction (as the event is being hashtagged) will "localize the issues of police brutality, inherent bias and racial profiling in Kansas City. This is our opportunity to stand firm, in solidarity with our sister city, Ferguson. We will show that Missouri is in fact a Show-Me State, and Kansas City is ready to Show up for Justice."[1]

Day of Solidarity with Trans Prisoners

Organized by Progressive Youth Organization Friday 22 January 2016, "Day of Solidarity with Trans Prisoners" 3911 Main St,Kansas City.

Join us for an evening of art, entertainment and education as we stand in solidarity with our incarcerated trans siblings.

Those indicating attendance or support on the Wherevent website included Skyler Whittaker, Gary Payne, Diane Burkholder, Susie McClannahan, Evie Bremerman, Irasema Lauderdale, Luisa E. Reyes, Elina Jasmine Vikdahl, Anna Ruth, Annie Windholz, Monique Gabrielle Salazar, Jessica Lynn Matthews, Mariel Enriquez, Charissa LaVelle Caster, Taylen Fares, Donna Nichin-Alicea, Atzintli Perdomo, Dhruv Majumdar, April Foster, Katie Weitenhagen, Kevin Caldwell, Maci Jessica Branch, Itzel Alheli Lopez Vargas, Sawyer Malone Harris, Jozzy Tre, Kevin Bailey, Shea LaRoux, Tsvetina Pavlova, Nicholas Begley, Brittany D. Coleman, Samantha Kay Sera, Ash Allee, Alex Fisher, Phoebe McCarty, Korea Cavalli Gleason, Carlos Flores, Tavish Lloyd Danner, Conner Schlesselman, Taylor Cline, Alex Armstrong, Haley Pypes, Brianna Dobbs, Gary Charles Wagaman, Matt Butler, Shiva Honey, Hobbes Entrikin-Goering, Shane Stange, Kim Sharitz, Ezra Eli Eliot, Ayrun Henson.

This is a collaboration between Black and Pink, EQUAL Trans* Support Group, IWOC IWW, and Progressive Youth Organization.[2]

"KC Empower Missouri Friday Forum: Members of One Struggle KC"

Event in Kansas City, 817 Westport Rd, Kansas City, February 5, 2016. Organized by C. Elliott Wattree.

“Not your Daddy’s Civil Rights Movement!”:

An Overview of the New Civil Rights Era In KC. Members of One Struggle KC will discuss:

  • What is the Black Lives Matter Movement?
  • The Ryan Stokes Campaign
  • How to engage in BLM works and Importance of Non-Bias policing

Those indicating attendance on Wherevent included Brittany Coleman, Anna Ruth, Shamika Williams, Kianda Simmons, Ashley Peaches, Diane Burkholder, Sherri Hewitt, Ranadous Jones, Austin Daniel, C. Elliott Wattree.[3]

Million Student March-Kansas City

Wednesday 13 April 2016, 17:00 organized by : Progressive Youth Organization.

We as students are tired of broken promises. Tired of working hard for a life of debt slavery. UMKC average student debt which was $29,464 was higher than the Missouri state and national average by several thousand dollars.
Now it's time for Kansas City students from MCC, UMKC, Rockhurst, and Park to come together to demand a change. We helped lead the first march in November of 2015, let's continue by bringing the struggle into 2016! Join us in Progressive Youth Organization as we take to the streets to demand revolutionary change!

Those indicating intention to attend on Wherevent included Taylor Cline, April Foster, Yara Puennte, Selena Juana, Conner Schlesselman, Juan Alarcon, Fadel Khuder Alliaraqe, Mark Manning, Sonny Erstad, Jose Gutierrez, Gabriell Smith, John Aguon, Ried Warma, Harry Edward Lee Terry, Irasema Lauderdale, Cristian Diaz, Domo Cuellar, Thurman Davis, Unique Dashea, Lilith Moore, Mariel Enriquez, Nicholas Begley, Maresa Arnold, Jesse Kütz, Jonathan Rivas, Uzi Pecina, Anthony Newton, Sami Al, Deven L. Glover, Anthony Joseph, Jaedon Kroger, Marina Oliveira Heidenreich, Omari Imhotep Abdul-Alim, Micah Wilford Wilkins, Vargas Daniel, Opiee Bee, Anderson Razlplaz, Mahmood Muhannad, Collin Mitchell Woroniak, Cat Mahari, Brittany Coleman, Ryan Arrieta, Alex Fisher, Derron Black, Lee Warren, Vachone Washington, Julio Ortalejo, Carlos Flores, Brianna Dobbs, Mark Bryant, Brennan Joseph Schartz, Ricardo Vejar, Wolfgang Bucher, Jason Walstrom, JAlexis Espino, Rachel Cullen, Jorge Fuller, Kevin Malatesta, Tavish Lloyd Danner, Erick E. Adame, Taylor Dias, Stephany Bautista, Kevin Bailey, Billie Lorene, Carlos Omar Roy Diaz, Jr., Pan Haywood, Luisa Esmeralda Reyes, Vesper Reads, Anthony Ealy, Jr., Shane Stange, Kennedy Ross, Maggie DeMeulmeester, Manfred Ngom, Monica Medeiros, Salam Alshimaily, Stephanie Garcia, Fatima Mohamed, Allie Donnell, Diana Condori, Livvy Livewire, Lauren Frances Ikeoluwa, Atzintli Perdomo, Victoria Barragan, Anna Snow, Uhura Jessica Woods, Kate Bergmann, Katelyn Faye Ferrari, Palma Hagens, Kathryn Grey Ammon, Amy Fleming, Beverly Jensen Knighten, Cecelia Peak, Shannon Triplett, Camile Messerley, Kelsey James, Sophie Snyder, Mary Hill, Vanessa Ramirez, Nayeli Mendoza, Valorie Engholm, Tamera Murdock, Tamara Alrubayii, Rachel Young, Elizabeth Campos, Guinevere Ragan, Jazzmin Matchette, Beverly Mendus, Ronecia Freeman, Breeana Humphrey, Itzel Alheli Lopez Vargas, Helen Proctor, Zoila Carrizales, Shirley Kim Ryu, Melissa Archer.[4]