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Rodney King, Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Sean Bell, Breonna Taylor, Amadou Diallo, Walter Scott, Oscar Grant, Ahmed Aubrey, George Floyd, Botham Jean,
Pamela Turner, Sha’Teina Grady El, Jordan Davis, Atatiana Jefferson, and so many others, including . . .
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – We must work collectively for equality and equity for EVERYONE, to end the injustices, brutality and killings.
PBT is also proud to have renowned artist, Charles Bibbs, as an Advisory Team member.
He is a committed activist on behalf of economic development and empowerment in the community, spending much of his free time holding seminars and workshops with young people.
As an artist activist, Charles will be assisting PBT by creating a visual imagery of the Partnering for a Better Tomorrow message.
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Organized in June 2020, as a call-to-action following the death of George Floyd, a group of Change-makers from across the nation, came together to discuss issues, design strategies and implement change through their vast network of community leaders, organizations and thought-leaders that all agree that, ENOUGH is ENOUGH!
Though Floyd’s death was horrific, at least it appears it wasn't in vain. As you can see from news casts all over the world, Geoge’s death has sparked reactions and conversations for change like never before. In addition to millions continuing to lead international protests, there are conversations to defund police forces; in Washington D.C. Sen. Mitt Romney became the first known Republican senator to join demonstrations; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell issued a video statement saying "we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier" who were protesting police brutality.
Even with several changes transpiring, WE CAN’T BECOME COMPLACENT! Instead of continually being reactive after another life is lost, we must remain proactive for real systemic change to occur -- for instance, initiating effective conversations for cultural awareness and race relations between law enforcement, community leaders and organizations.
As a call-for-action, on June 6, 2020, an international virtual summit was held with more than 70 registered LEADERS, BUSINESS OWNERS, NONPROFITS and CONCERNED RESIDENTS, from Pittsburg to Paris. All uniting from various countries, backgrounds, ethnicities and industries, everyone came together as ONE VOICE to DEMAND CHANGE! See the informative video below.
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Elijah Jovan McClain --- Elijah was a 23-year-old massage therapist from Aurora, Colorado who died after being placed in a chokehold by police and sedated by paramedics. On the night of August 24, 2019, Elijah was walking home from a convenience store with an iced tea when he was confronted by three Aurora, Colorado, police officers. According to reports, by the end of the night, he was lying in a hospital bed. Three days later, he was pronounced brain dead and taken off life support. Almost a year later, his death attracted renewed attention after the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
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