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=="A letter from the movement to the movement'==
  
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In September 2019  '''{{PAGENAME}}''' was one of 100 black leaders, many affiliated with [[Liberation Road]] who signed [[A letter from the movement to the movement]] defending [[Maurice Moe Mitchell]] and [[Nelini Stamp]] of the [[Working Families Party]] for endorsing [[Elizabeth Warren]] instead of [[Bernie Sanders]] for the [[Democratic Party]] presidential nomination.
 
==SURJ Accountability Council==
 
==SURJ Accountability Council==
 
The Accountability Council is designed to engage leaders of color who offer feedback and counsel on SURJ's strategy, organizing and political direction.
 
The Accountability Council is designed to engage leaders of color who offer feedback and counsel on SURJ's strategy, organizing and political direction.
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*[[Bill Fletcher, Jr.]] , Author and Organizer
 
*[[Bill Fletcher, Jr.]] , Author and Organizer
 
*[[Rachel LaForest]], [[Right to the City]]
 
*[[Rachel LaForest]], [[Right to the City]]
*[[Maurice Mitchell]], [[Blackbird]]/[[Ferguson Action]]
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*[[Maurice Moe Mitchell]], [[Blackbird]]/[[Ferguson Action]]
 
*[[Denise Perry]], [[BOLD]] - [[Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity]]
 
*[[Denise Perry]], [[BOLD]] - [[Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity]]
 
*[[Bree Newsome]], [[Ignite NC]]
 
*[[Bree Newsome]], [[Ignite NC]]

Latest revision as of 21:44, 26 September 2019


Rev. Jennifer Bailey

"A letter from the movement to the movement'

In September 2019 Jennifer Bailey was one of 100 black leaders, many affiliated with Liberation Road who signed A letter from the movement to the movement defending Maurice Moe Mitchell and Nelini Stamp of the Working Families Party for endorsing Elizabeth Warren instead of Bernie Sanders for the Democratic Party presidential nomination.

SURJ Accountability Council

The Accountability Council is designed to engage leaders of color who offer feedback and counsel on SURJ's strategy, organizing and political direction.

Showing Up for Racial Justice Accountability Council as of 2015;[1]

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