Come join us on National Blackout Day, July 7th, as we celebrate Black art, businesses, entertainment, and wellness. National Black Out Day is a designated day where the Black community and our allies boycott corporations and businesses that exploit Black bodies. We decided that the best way to partake in this is to celebrate Milwaukee’s black beauty and to ensure that the Black dollar is regulated in our community.
These past few months have been even harder for the Black community. We want a space where we can grieve and build. Legend Tupac Shakur said “it’s time for us as a people to start making changes”, and we believe that while we destroy the systems that oppress us, we must also uplift our community in the process. We are calling on all Black people, to sign our Black Upliftment Pledge.
We will be enforcing COVID-19 regulations, so please bring a mask and stay protected.
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The Uhuru Coalition