We know families still have concerns about Covid-19. Trust us, we do too. Whether fighting systemic racism or Covid-19 lives are at stake. So that families can still participate in the protest, please research the history of Juneteenth and find ways to economically invest in the black community.
We know people want to fight racism and stand up for what's right together. But we are also sensitive to the fight families have against COVID-19 right now too. There are many factors that have come to together to effectuate change - physical protesting is just one way. We need you to DONATE, MARCH, SPEAK, WRITE, READ & CHANGE. Be about action wherever you are, not silence. Remember even marching around your block is action!
Spend your dollars in the black community,. display protest signs in your yard. Let your community and the world know that you all are active in the fight against racism!
#equalityshouldbenormal #chicagopeacemarch #nojusticenopeace #endracism
Inaugural Gala on March 13th, this event supports equity and colon cancer awareness. The primary goal for this gala is to build awareness of inequalities in America while raising funds for ESBN.
The keynote speaker is Shaun King, hosted by Loni Swain, a performance by Keke Wyatt, meal kits provided by award-winning chef Brian Jupiter and so much more!
To close the night out ESBN will be presenting the 2021 Barbara Murphy Humanitarian Award to Amanda Puck for her outstanding service to the City of Chicago.