Ubuntu Honors Black Leaders
Thank you to all the Black leaders who continue to inspire us and fight for justice!

Stacey Abrams (top left): Abrams is a voting rights activist fighting to ensure that all people in Georgia are able to vote. Her organization Fair Fight Action combats voter suppression targeting poor voters and voters of color.

Rev. Raphael Warnock (top right): Rev. Warnock is a pastor and politician recently elected to serve Georgia in the U.S. Senate. He is a passionate advocate against the death penalty and has joined Abrams in her fight against voter suppression. 

Vice President Kamala Harris (bottom left): Harris is the first Black, South Asian, and woman vice president of the United States. In her time as a senator, Harris fought against Trump's racist policies, such as the "Muslim Ban" and the family separation policy at the Mexican border.

District Attorney Jason Williams (bottom right): In his first few weeks in office, Williams has already made sweeping changes to the Orleans Parish criminal justice system. Among these: he has banned prosecutors from opposing parole, moved juvenile cases back to juvenile court, and ended the practice of seeking life-without-parole sentences a second time for people who committed their crimes as juveniles.

Thanks to all these freedom fighters who inspire us every day!
We Also Remember The Freedom Fighters Who Have Passed Away
Rest in peace and power, Robert Goodman! We will continue your legacy.

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