black lives matter at school
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Gildan t-shirt. 4.5 oz., pre-shrunk 100% Softstyle cotton. Double-needle stitched neckline and sleeves. Taped neck and shoulder. Three-quarter inch seamless collar
Diverse community partners will come together on February 17, 2017 to create a day of education, dialogue and action that will actively engage a significant number of educational communities throughout Monroe County in activities that support understanding and affirming Black Lives Matter.
the campaign has ended.
thank you for your support.
* All sales final. No refunds or exchanges
Printing & Delivery Notes
Shirts are not printed and processed until the end of the campaign and are shipped within 10 business days after the campaign has closed.
FOR SHIRTS ORDERED AFTER FEB 1
Shirts will be printed and delivered to Rochester City School District Central office, under care of Kirstin Pryor.
You can email her at Kirstin.Pryor@rcsdk12.org or call her at (585) 953-0922 to make arrangements for pick up during the week of February 13.
About this Campaign
Relationships begin with taking time to ask questions and listen to the stories others have to tell. We, as Americans, are grappling with the past, present and future status of Black lives in our nation and every member of our community has an obligation to understand how and why Black lives matter. We must have the courage to affirm that Black lives matter in all of our lives. This day of action has been organized by a Rochester-based group of educators and parents to be a starting point for some, a path to restoration for others and spark to action for all.
Schools are a place to practice equity and the active engagement of teachers and students in building understanding. By affirming that Black lives matter, we lead to sustainable progress towards freedom and justice for all people.