Updated: Nov 17, 2021
This week we are highlighting our first national organization No More Names! The founders of the organization are from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
No More Names "is a task force of young activists, artists, and athletes working to create a world with no more names of victims of police brutality and systemic racism." They are committed to getting "institutions to not only release statements, but to actually action and create effect meaningful change."
This organization utilizes their platform to hold national conversations about social injustice and how those in the spotlight, such as student-athletes, can fight against it. They also work on the ground to fundraise, push petitions, and navigate the political scene to get equal rights for disadvantage communities.
We encourage everyone to get involved with No More Names' movement to help put a stop to social injustice and put an end to police brutality. To learn more about the work that No More Names does check out their social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @_NoMoreNames.