Show Your Solidarity With Black Lives Matter This Week!

The Black Lives Matter Week of Action starts tomorrow!

Remember to wear your Black Lives Matter t-shirts and buttons this week!  Pick a day - starting tomorrow - that works for your building to wear and take a group picture.

  1. Take selfies and group shots in your t-shirts and buttons
  2. Post them on social media using #BLMPhlEd and #BlackLivesMatterAtSchool
  3. Email: [email protected] and we'll share it.
You'll join educators and students for their t-shirt actions all over the country - from Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, New Jersey, Baltimore, Boston, and more.
Join the week of action for a full calendar of events below:

Saturday, February 3

Monday, February 5

Tuesday, February 6

Wednesday, February 7

Thursday, February 8

Friday, February 9

Sat, February 10

Opening Panel:

LGBTQ Youth Conversation: Stigmas and Misconceptions of Race and Gender

Time: 12:30 - 2:30 pm


Naomi Leapheart

Penn LGBTQ Center

3907 Spruce Street


Guiding Principles: Restorative Justice, Empathy, Loving Engagement

Guiding Principles: Diversity, Globalism

Guiding Principles: Trans-Affirming, Queer Affirming, & Collective Value

Guiding Principles:

Intergenerational, Black Families, & Black Villages

Guiding Principles:

Black Women, Unapologetically Black

Closing Panel: Our Demands and Next Steps

Co-sponsored by the Philadelphia Black History Collaborative and Black Lives Matter Philly

2:30 - 3:45

Kensington CAPA (1901 N. Front St)

Wear your BLM T-Shirts and Buttons and take a solidarity photo with everyone in their gear!  

Use the hashtag #BLMPhled  Need shirts?  Email [email protected]

Immigration in Trump America: The power and importance of Ethnic Studies:  Screening of Precious Knowledge

Facilitators: Edwin Mayorga, Jazmin Delgado, and Ismael Jimenez

6-9 PM

LaSalle Univ.

Holroyd 190

Roundtable on Colorism: Women of the African Diaspora

Facilitator: Angela Crawford

Co sponsored by CCP Women’s Outreach and Advocacy Center and CCP Diversity Certificate Series


Community College of Philadelphia (Center for Business and Industry at 18th and Callowhill, C2-28)

It Takes a Village: Black families - An intergenerational talk about schools, community, curriculum and more

Facilitator: Kendra Brooks


King High School (6100 Stenton Ave)

Wounded Feathers Healing Circle: addressing and providing healing practices to address trauma from racial injustice and inequity

Facilitator: Angela Crawford

Co sponsored by Sable Collective



3133 North 22nd St.

Black Women: Suffering in Silence - Domestic Violence  and Sexual Assault (Survivors and Stigma)

Facilitator: Mary May, MFT

Co sponsored by the Philadelphia Home School Council, Philadelphia Writing Project, and the Mazzoni Center


School District of Philadelphia Central Office 440 North Broad St.

See below for all resources: