Dear Southern Movement Family, Courageous people gathered in the Emanuel AME Church almost 200 years ago to organize a rebellion against the horrific institution of slavery. Slavery birthed this Nation. It birthed white supremacist violence and social control practices that continue to target the Black experience. Who benefits from the continuation of this violence, and how do we step into the collective legacy of Denmark Vesey and others to eliminate these cruel systems of poverty, genocide, and injustice? Continue reading the SMA response by clicking here! Find more on the history by clicking here!

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