Communities around the United States and worldwide are filled with good people living in fear. Our city, state and federal spending priorities are broken and institutional bias and racism have eroded trust, access and representation.
Enough is enough. We demand more empathy, more accountability, more economic opportunity, more compassion, more dignity, more power and more opportunity for all. We demand healthier communities, which means more from each other; more from our school systems and more from our judicial systems.
The time has come to illuminate our resilience and to take back our streets, our schools, our communities and our hope. Together we must lift our voices, assert our power, be resilient, identify solutions and work together to MANIFEST:JUSTICE. Together we will build a healthier and more just future.
About our presenting partners
About Sons & Broshttp://www.sonsandbrothers.us
The California Endowment is a private, statewide health foundation with a mission to expand access to affordable, quality healthcare for under-served individuals and communities, and to promote fundamental improvements in the health status of all Californians.
70% of all Californians under 25 are of color. Our young people will define California’s future. They are tomorrow’s innovators and leaders: a source of strength, creativity, and economic dynamism. By investing in their futures, we invest in our own. We all succeed when our sons and brothers, and daughters too, succeed.
Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights.
Art for Amnesty is a global project working with art organisations and artists who believe in human rights. By adding their voices to our campaigns, artists help us reach out to their audiences. Using their exceptional skills and talents, they spread the human rights message across countries and continents and inspire people to act.
The MANIFEST:JUSTICE space is designed to welcome people from all walks of life. The space is designed in such a manner that is accessible to all. In addition, we have gender neutral, male, and female restrooms.
For those who would like a tour conducted via ASL, please call us at 310-779-6090 to schedule an appointment.