December 15: “I stand with CeCe”- Battling white supremacy in Minneapolis

On Thursday, December 15, please join us for dinner, a talk, and the unveiling of the “I stand with CeCe” Poster Project. The evening’s program will feature Andrea Jenkins and Rose Brewer talking about issues of white supremacy and racial justice in relation to the case of CeCe McDonald, and to the African-American community at large. The event will also feature the first public display of the “I stand with CeCe” Poster Project. (See below for more info on the poster project)

When: Thursday, December 15, Dinner at 6:00pm, program at 7:00
Where: Walker Community Church, 3104 16th Ave S, Mpls
Donations accepted, no one turned away for lack of funds, childcare provided

Andrea Jenkins is a community activist and an award-winning writer, poet and playwright. Rose Brewer is a renowned scholar and activist deeply involved in struggles for
social transformation locally and globally.

Co-sponsored by CeCe’s Support Committee and Communities United Against Police Brutality.

The Poster Project

The “I Stand with Cece” poster project is an effort to capture the breadth of Cece’s support. We believe that racism and transphobia permeate all layers of government, and that there is no justice for Cece in the Hennepin County legal system. We believe that a court system that defends white supremacists forfeits legitimacy. We call upon the Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman to drop all charges against Cece, and we call upon all people of conscious to connect with her case and engage in efforts to defend her.

Our goal is to create a visual display that will illustrate the diversity of reasons to stand with Cece. We ask you to participate by going to,

or by dropping in at the Exchange, at 3405 Chicago Ave S, in Minneapolis, to get an ‘I stand with CeCe” poster to complete. Take a moment to reflect on why you are drawn to Cece’s cause, and then complete the sentence on the poster: “Because _________________, I stand with Cece.” Drop your poster off at the Exchange or bring it to the December 15th event, “Battling White Supremacy,” where we will add it to the display.

Thank you for adding your voice to the mix.


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