Statement about the Derek Chauvin Trial
While we are grateful for the accountability of the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, we know we are still far from seeing true justice for Black communities and communities of color who continue to be harmed by police violence and the criminal justice system. We mourn the loss of Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo, Mikayah Bryant and so many more.
The fight for justice continues. California Funders for Boys and Men of Color is here to support and listen to organizers and young people themselves in this critical work.
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