CALL TO ACTION:
Flood their inbox and say “From one white person to another: this is an irresponsible and unacceptable act of racist stereotyping!”
Other contact information:
506 Promenade Court, Franklin, TN 37064,
Friends, This is a clear example of racism as a political tool in an election year.
Let’s take the conversation about racial justice to the next level while the nation is talking about race and politics!
And don’t forget to join with the AWARE-LA community in dialogue on our Blog: DoubleTake08.org
This online forum is a tool for starting conversations with others and call out racism in the 08 election. Send it to your friends!
Let’s seize this historic opportunity to make great strides toward racial justice!
More Ways to Get Involved!
- Help make this blog a participatory online tool. Send to friends, start conversations, link to our articles, and send us your observations of race and racism in the presidential (or state!) elections by leaving comments or send emails from where you are: email@example.com
- Organize an event in your community that questions race and racism this election cycle, and builds grassroots social change after the election has come and gone. Contact us for support and ideas: firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you are in the Los Angeles are, SAVE THE DATE: October 25th we will host “The Ballot Box and Beyond: Race, Elections and the Making of History” a community event with amazing community organizations including the Bus Riders Union, Community Coalition, Youth Justice Coalition, and historian Robin Kelley– author of “Freedom Dreams.” Topics to be covered: Race and Racism in the Presidential Elections, how the initiative process in California has been used by the Right to move a racist agenda, a closer look at race and racism behind Proposition 6, electoral politics as a grassroots strategy, and harnessing the energy of the national election for grassroots organizing beyond November.
For more information, please read our “Open Letter to White Progressives and Activists.”