Over 60 Minnesotans to attend relaunching of National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression
Minneapolis, MN – More than 60 Minnesotans from over ten local organizations are heading to Chicago the weekend of November 22-24, for the refounding of the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression. Many are of the Twin Cites participants are Black activists and family members of those killed by police. The Twin Cities Coalition for Justice for Jamar is leading the delegation and is a core endorser of the conference. Minnesota will have the third largest delegation of the nearly 700 people currently registered. The weekend’s activities will likely have over 1000 attendees from across the United States.
“In a time where white supremacists and police attacks on Black, brown, indigenous and working people, we need a strong national Black-led movement,” said Loretta VanPelt, a Twin Cities Coalition for Justice for Jamar organizer. “We are honored to be a part of the refounding and bringing one of the largest delegations to the conference.”
For more information about the National Alliance Racist and Political Repression refounding, visit https://conference.naarpr.org.