"We Cannot Fight for our Equality Without also Fighting to Redefine so Called Whiteness"

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SATURDAY MORNING co-founders pen a manifesto for change on issues of racial injustice alongside Black Lives Matter
"We Cannot Fight for our Equality Without also Fighting to Redefine so Called Whiteness"

When SATURDAY MORNING launched as a movement for peace to address and impact issues of racial injustice, they announced their mission with a letter.

Today, the creative coalition that in its for years since launching after the murder of Philandro Castille, is once again making an appeal with a letter that sets out the issues and challenges they face and have witnessed. The creators of award-winning social change initiatives such as Peace Briefs, The Look and Spotify's Black History is Happening Now are hoping the manifesto will resonate those looking for change. 

SATURDAY MORNING co-founders are Keith Cartwright, Geoff Edwards, Jayanta Jenkins and Kwame Taylor-Hayford.


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