Please review the contents below to catch up on what you may have missed this week. If you have questions or comments, please use the space provided below or email us directly at email@example.com.
Tell Us What You Think: Take the Town Hall Feedback Survey Today!
As a reminder, we want to hear your thoughts on what worked well and improvements we need to consider for future Town Hall meetings. The survey should only take a few minutes, so please click here to share your feedback today.
To watch the replay of the Town Hall, please click here or visit our official Cecil Solidarity Facebook page in the videos section. Answers to questions are available on our website. You can also read a recap of the Town Hall.
This Week’s Calls to Action
- Ban on Chokehold for Elkton Police Department: Keep the pressure on Chief Donnelly of the Elkton Police Department to demand that he issue a full ban on chokeholds. The new letter template is posted on our website.
- Cecil Solidarity Food Delivery: We have partnered with local food growers to offer a limited amount of free, fresh produce to our community on a weekly basis. Our goal is to get healthy, fresh food to those most in need because we believe all people regardless of income, class, or race should have food security.
We are not asking for anything in exchange for this service but do want to ensure it gets to those who have no or limited access to fresh produce. If you or anyone you know is in need of free, fresh produce, please have them complete this form: https://docs.google.com/…/184L51zSiI5C_ER0XISg-y7eJso3…/edit
Other Ways to Get Involved
There are many ways to help us fight against racial and social injustices if you’re unable to protest. Activism comes in all shapes and sizes and as a result, we’ve formed various committees to help you get involved in the best way that suits you. Click the various links to learn more about and/or sign up for the Community Engagement Committee, the Education Committee and the Voter Engagement Committee. To tie in with the goals of the Education Committee, we’ve also started a Book Discussion Group to equip you with the information you need to work to confront racism in your lives and in our society.
Very good suggestions on how to be involved.