Support the Families of this Week’s Shootings

Please consider donating to the following funds, which support the victims and families of this week’s shootings.

article_AltonSterlingAlton Sterling

Alton was a 37-year-old man was fatally shot by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, early Tuesday morning. [read more]
ALL funds raised will go to Alton Sterling’s family in their time of need.
https://www.gofundme.com/2d3eze7g

article_philandoPhilando Castile

Philando Castile, 32, was shot by an officer in Minnesota when he reached for his wallet to show his license. [read more]
Valerie Castile, Philando’s mother, receives all funds from this campaign in her time of tragedy and need.
https://www.gofundme.com/2d55v9g

article_dallasDallas Law Enforcement

The killing of five law enforcement officers in Dallas this week sent shock waves and then grief through the city, in the deadliest incident for police since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. [read more]

Brent Thompson, 43, a nearly seven-year veteran of the transit force, got married in the past two weeks.
Patrick Zamarripa, 32, was the father of two children and greatly loved by his family.
Michael Krol, 4o, lifelong dream was to be a police officer.
Lorne Ahrens, 48, was an incredible dispatcher who served the patrol deputies in the field.
Michael Smith, 55, was a devoted family man to his wife, Heidi, and two daughters, ages 14 and 9.

The following donation sites are approved by the Dallas PD:
http://atodallas.org/
http://www.dallasfoundation.org/
http://www.dallasfof.org

Justice March

https://www.facebook.com/events/1740403946247299/

“Sunday’s demonstration is a community response to the heinous actions taken against Mr. Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, LA and the killing of Philando Castile in Minnesota. We must put an end to the repeated instances of violence against the Black community at the hands of police.

The protest will be begin at 4 PM CDT at the historic Wesley United Methodist Church (544 Government St, Baton Rouge, LA 70802) where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke in 1953. Bus boycotts took place in Baton Rouge in 2 years before the Montgomery Bus Boycotts. Deep South Justice, the organization that has developed out of the collective of organizers is dedicated to continuing the tradition of civil rights in the deep south.”