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CALL 2 ACTION to Ohio to call or email the Sponsors and Co-Sponsors of House Bill 294, the Anti-Voter Bill.
In this video: https://youtu.be/G58utcTVtFI
you will learn of the voter suppression tactics proposed in this bill and why it is bad for all Ohioans. MAKE YOUR VOICES HEARD and SUPPORT MARGINALIZED VOICES.
ONLINE PETITION to stop this BILL:
The Phone numbers and emails of all the Sponsor and Co-Sponsors are listed in the video.
We all have questions and concerns as we navigate this pandemic. To help ease the uncertainties, the NAACP is committed to safeguarding our communities with an on-line go-to resource specifically directed to our needs with up-to-date research, data, and stories to help us make the best decisions for ourselves and our families. Learn the important facts you need to know to stay informed with Covid. Know More. Let’s all fight with the facts.
There is an obvious disparity in how the general public view fatal encounters between police and Black people. 66% said these encounters were isolated incidents.
84% of Black adults say white people are treated better than Black people by police; 63% of white adults agree based on 2019 research on police relations.
Despite the fact that more white people have been killed by police, Black and Hispanic people are disproportionately impacted. While white people make up a little over 60% of the population, they only make up about 41% of fatal police shootings. Black people make up 13.4% of the population, but make up 22% of fatal police shootings. This does not take into consideration other forms of police brutality, including non-lethal shootings.