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Community Tools

Stand with Black Women and Girls

Standing with Black Women and Girls is not an option – it is an obligation and sacred opportunity. It is a community priority, a human rights issue, a litmus test of the theological integrity of our communities of faith. Join this faith-filled, public education campaign to prioritize the well-being of Black women and girls through liturgy, advocacy for equitable public policy, and digital engagement, engaging your congregation and community with the #StandWithBWG toolkit today.

As a partner of PICO National Network and our Live Free campaign, the #StandwithBWG convening presents this toolkit as an action guide and educational resource to aid congregations in continuing or commencing the urgently needed work of standing with black women and girls. 

The toolkit is subdivided into four sections:

  1. Liturgical Resources
  2. Policy Options & Public Actions
  3. Social Media Campaign
  4. Video Resources

  

MULTI-FAITH ADDENDUM
Recognizing that PICO is an multi-faith network and that the #StandWithBWG toolkit was developed for particularly those of the Christian tradition, we have created an addendum with some additional ideas for non-Christian faith communities that want to stand with Black Women & Girls.

We also greatly value your input. Please email multi-faith ideas or further resources to onleilove@faithinnewyork.org.

 
  

LETTER ON INTRODUCTION & MULTI-FAITH ADDENDUM:
Download the Multi-Faith Addendum, and Letter of Introduction from Onleilove Alston - Executive Director of Faith in New York (part of PICO National Network) and member of the #StandWithBWG planning team.


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#STANDWITHBWG TOOLKIT:
Download the toolkit for congregations to help you and your community stand with Black women and girls of color today.

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