Her Street: Her Street
Posted: September 21 2020 @ 9:03 AM | From: www.adsoftheworld.com | Author: ivan
Countless Black women have been victims of police violence and the only way to remember their names, is to never stop saying them. Or seeing them.
Her Street is a movement to rename the exact street where these atrocities took place, after the women themselves. We honor the women by making them a landmark you cannot look away from and have streets become rallying cries for justice.
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