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20/20: A Year to Reflect, Brotherhood Crusade, Not New Still True


2020 has most certainly been a year to reflect on what really matters in this world. This year has challenged us all to the scathing truth of hatred, racism and bigotry; to understand our differences and similarities; to speak up and rise up against injustices; to embrace tolerance, love and unity; to face fears of loss and depression; to take our health and the safety of others seriously; to find purpose and meaning; to seek solutions; to recover and rebuild. MAKE A PLEDGE

20/20: A Year to Reflect, Brotherhood Crusade, Not New Still True2022-07-18T20:11:03+00:00



The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) announced the launch of a special online auction today at Dodgers.com/auctions featuring game-used jerseys with MLB’s Black Lives Matter patch from Opening Day with net proceeds to benefit the Liberty Hill Foundation’s/California Boys and Men of Color ‘Our Kids, Our Future Fund.’ Fans can bid today on the auction featuring the game-used and MLB authenticated Opening Day jerseys from the 30-man roster and coaching staff, including Cody Bellinger, Kiké Hernández, Justin Turner, Kenley Jansen, Corey Seager, Max Muncy, Will Smith, Joc Pederson, Walker Buehler, AJ Pollock, Ross Stripling, Alex Wood and Dave Roberts. The auction also [...]


TikTok Includes Brotherhood Crusade in $850,000 Grant


TikTok named the Brotherhood Crusade to receive an endowment from an $850,000 grant designated to African American organizations working to undo the damage caused by systemic racism through actionable public policy. Organizations to receive the grant include the Brooklyn Community Foundation , Chicago-based My Block My Hood My City , and The Brotherhood Crusade in South Los Angeles. "As TikTok becomes the online destination for Gen Zers, the construction of race and expressions of racism are becoming a foundational part of how users understand each other. I am honored to join this council to help bring attention to the challenges and [...]

TikTok Includes Brotherhood Crusade in $850,000 Grant2022-07-18T20:17:47+00:00

Hyundai Donates $20,000 to the Brotherhood Crusade


Hyundai Motor America donated $20,000 to the Brotherhood Crusade to support its COVID-19 community outreach. Brotherhood Crusade is currently raising $500,000 for its Community Rapid Response Fund to further help support South Los Angeles families during the COVID-19 pandemic. With this funding, the organization provides community support around food and housing insecurities, as well as greater direct access to technologies that facilitate homeschooling and address mental health support. “During these unprecedented times in our nation – a global pandemic, economic crisis, and social unrest – it is important that we come together to help each other. We can meet the challenges [...]

Hyundai Donates $20,000 to the Brotherhood Crusade2022-07-18T20:19:44+00:00

Charisse Bremond Weaver Gives Heartfelt Reaction on George Floyd Memorial


Brotherhood Crusade President and CEO, Charisse Bremond Weaver gave her insights on the mood of African American citizens following yesterday's memorial service for George Floyd. She weighed in on the week-long protests against police brutality and injustice in the City of Los Angeles and around the country. In an interview with ABC 7 Live News , Br emond Weaver said, “The most powerful moment was standing in silence for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, this is how long it took for the murder of George Floyd." She continued, "There have been too many George Floyds and this incident has elevated a [...]

Charisse Bremond Weaver Gives Heartfelt Reaction on George Floyd Memorial2022-07-18T20:34:57+00:00

We need everyone in this fight for change


As we continue this journey together, it is critical that we tell a story that African Americans are having a crisis of humanity at every level. It will not be enough to just protest for the thousands of African Americans who have been murdered by law enforcement in Los Angeles and across the United States. Institutional racism is our story. For decades, data is telling a story that my people (African Americans) are experiencing a level of death, trauma and disproportionate impact that all of us should be alarmed. It is not acceptable that African Americans are the hardest hit by [...]

We need everyone in this fight for change2022-07-18T20:36:20+00:00
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