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Remember the VictimsThe Columbus Police Department is responsible for killing 44 people from Jan 2013 - Dec 2020.Black People were killed at 5.1x the Rate of White People from Jan 2013 - Dec 2020.Source: Mapping Police Violence. Last updated: January 2021

Black Queer & Intersectional Collective

Accessibility · Community Organizing · Education

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Black Queer & Intersectional Collective is a grassroots community organization that works towards the liberation of Black queer, trans, and intersex people from all walks of life through direct action, community organizing, education on issues, and creating spaces to uplift voices. They focus on uplifting the needs, narratives, and passions of Black LGBTQIA+ people within and outside of their collective to achieve a world where all Black LGBTQIA+ folks are free from oppression.

Columbus Community Pride

Black queer · Dismantle · Community organizing · Education

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Black Queer & Intersectional Collective (BQIC) is a coalition led by Black queer and trans people working to build a society in which Black LGBTQIA+ people from all backgrounds can thrive. They seek to dismantle systems of oppression such as the prison industrial complex, police brutality, forceful detainment of immigrants, and more through community organizing, education, and creating platforms upon which the most marginalized people can have their voices heard.

Columbus People's Partnership

Public Policy Reform · Community Investment · Civic Engagement · Rehabilitation

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The purpose of Columbus People’s Partnership is to be a powerful vehicle for faith, community, student and labor bases to act collectively toward a more economic and racially equitable.

People's Justice Project

Grassroots · Ending Mass Incarceration · Confronting Police Violence

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Founded in 2015, People's Justice Project organizes the Black working class and other oppressed people into leading the struggle against all state institutions that oppress or occupy their communities.

Alternative First Responders in Columbus

Don’ is a national directory of organizations equipped to handle non-violent situations in your city. Easily search for your alternative first responders by topics like housing, LGBTQ+, mental health, domestic violence & sexual assault, youth, elders, crime, and substances.

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