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To: The people and Government of the United States of America
Global Statement of Solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter
19 June 2020: ActionStation is proud to have joined forces with our sister organisations around the world to publish this global statement of solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter in The New York Times.
The statement was co-written with the Movement for Black Lives and we chose June 19, or Juneteenth, to publish the ad because it commemorates the effective end of slavery in the United States.
19 countries are represented in this statement. Each organisation has tens, sometimes hundreds, of thousands of members, representing millions of people worldwide.
Our sister organisations include MoveOn (USA), Campact (Germany), GetUp! (Australia), 38 Degrees (UK), Leadnow (Canada), Skiftet (Sweden), Amandla.mobi (South Africa), Uplift (Ireland), Colour Code (Australia), Akcja Demokracja (Poland), aHang (Hungary), Campax (Switzerland), Declic (Romania), Aufstehn (Austria), De Goede Zaak (The Netherlands), Zazim (Israel), Le Mouvement (France) and Peticije (Serbia). Also signed on are Jhatkaa (India) and WeMove (Europe).
Collectively we are committed to Black and Indigenous liberation here and around the world and we will do all that we can to help make that happen.