No More Names is a fundraiser dedicated to contributing to the end of police violence. Proceeds will go to Campaign Zero, an organization dedicated to using a 10-pronged legislative plan to end police violence.
Merely a week before the Class of 2018 first set foot on Harvard's campus, Michael Brown was shot and killed by the police in his hometown of Ferguson, Missouri.
The Black community here and across the nation was ravaged as we continuously added new names to our list of brothers and sisters lost by the very people tasked with the job of enforcing the law – of protecting us.
Trayvon Martin. Michael Brown. Sandra Bland. Eric Garner. The list goes on.
Four years later, we are still learning names. Philando Castille. Stephon Clark. Even those of our own classmates. We have entered, passed through, and are soon to leave the college and still see no end in sight to the brutalization of our people by the police without due justice being served.
We want to do something about it. Organized by Harvard Students, No More Names: Why We Can't Wait, is a fundraiser and awareness building event that demonstrates our will to make large contributions to this cause. We’re putting our foot down and saying enough is enough. We can live in a world where the police don't kill people. The time is now. We can’t wait any longer.
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