#PoliceFreeSchools is a national demand calling for the removal of School Resource Officers (SROs) in our schools. Here in Chicago we’re calling for #CopsOutCPS
LINK TO ORGANIZATION ENDORSEMENT: HERE
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Twitter: @AssatasDaughters, @EnlaceChicago, @bpncchicago, @stopchicago, @hanacenter, @stustrikeback, @aaaj_chicago, @blmchi
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33 MILLION FOR COPS? 33 MILLION FOR
✅ TECHNOLOGY FOR ALL
✅ PANDEMIC CASH ASSISTANCE
✅ SUPPORT FOR UNDOCUMENTED + STUDENTS IN TEMPORARY LIVING
🔘an environment where all students can learn
🔘updated textbooks and culturally relevant materials
🔘nurses in every school
🔘transformative justice alternatives to police
We know who keeps us safe - and it’s not police. This year, $33 million went to police in our hallways instead of resources students need.
It’s time for @chipubschools to provide real safety & move immediately to #PoliceFreeSchools #CopsOutCPS.
Black and Brown kids know all too well that the cops violently assaulting protests, are the same ones placed in our school hallways, assaulting and racially profiling us. #CopsOutCPS
Tell the Board of Ed we need #PoliceFreeSchools now.
Police Free Schools graphics: (Click to download)
-We want the 33 MILLION divested from COPS and instead spent on:
The Chicago Reporter: We protest police in the streets, so why do we let police in our schools?
Alliance for Educational Justice and Advancement Project:
We Came to Learn: A Call To Action for Police Free Schools