Touching on such topics as police brutality and racial profiling, NYC Justice League co-founder Carmen Perez recently [Sunday, July 17] stopped by New York radio station Hot 97 to help outline methods for change.


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Speaking with radio personality Nessa, Perez breaks down the purpose of the NYC Justice League, her role in the organization, various ways to take initial steps towards change, and more. Empowering the public with knowledge, Perez gives sources, options and entry points for action.

Working under legendary artist and activist Harry Belafonte, Perez is highly experienced in the field of social justice as she has been working as an activist for 20 years. Following the models of successful movements of the past, Perez shares information on No Equality, No Economy; a movement pertaining to boycotting establishments that capitalize on oppressing minority communities rather than supporting them.

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