The larger fight for justice in America is seen everyday in the fight for justice in Oakland. What you don’t often see is the number and diversity of people, particularly White women participating in these struggles as seen at Saturday’s Women’s March.
This Saturday,women, their families and allies marched in Oakland. Women’s March Oakland explains they marched with the following vision, “Women’s March Oakland envisions an East Bay free from systems of oppression and rooted in inclusive structures guided by autonomy, dignity, and respect for all self-identified women and other vulnerable populations.”
A hopeful and radical extension of this message will be to see these same women in the streets with the mothers of Sahleem Tindle, Oscar Grant, Mario Woods, Stephon Clark, Nia Wilson and the many others in their DAILY fight for justice for their children and the lives of all Black and Brown people. #blacklivesmatter #justice4sahleem #niawilson #oscargrant #stephonclark #mariowoods
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“You should be able to look at me and see my work. You should be able to look at my work and see me.” Roy DeCarava -