Explore the many ways you can take action, both on and offline, in opposition to HB87 and other legislation that perpetuates racial segregation, political disenfranchisement, and persecution of immigrants and other people of color in the state of Georgia.
BuySpots and Sanctuary Zones
The Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, SONG (Southerners on New Ground) and SOMOS GEORGIA are planting seeds of mutual aid in the campaign to spread Human Rights in Atlanta and across the United States. The BuySpots/Sanctuary Zone network is oriented around supporting communities directly engaged in resistance to racist laws and policies. The BuySpots/Sanctuary Zone Network is posed as the positive side of the Boycott Georgia campaign, recognizing businesses, community organizations, places of worship and institutions that commit to principles of universal human rights.
Boycotts have played integral roles in reversing discrimination all over the world. Where would we be today if the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights organizations in Montgomery, Alabama, had not called for a bus boycott in protest of racial discrimination? In fact, the Montgomery Bus boycott became a symbol of opposition to the racial segregation, political disenfranchisement, and persecution of Blacks in the South. Just as the Montgomery Bus boycott was about more than where Black people could sit on a bus, the Georgia boycott is about more than HB-87.
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