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Black Life Eternal

As a Black-rooted and POC-centered organization, The Laundromat Project dedicates itself to making art that builds community and creates change so we can manifest a world in which Black life is eternal.

We work from the unshakeable, fundamental belief that Black humanity is a given. No exceptions. We use the awesome power of our collective imaginations and creativity to build a future in which George Floyd, David McAtee, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, Ahmaud Arbery, Atatiana Jefferson, Tony McDade, Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin, Yusef Hawkins, Eleanor Bumpers, Emmett Till, and every single Black person on Earth can live their life to the fullest and in whatever way they desire. 

At The LP, every Black life is precious.

Black Women.
Black Men.
Black Nonbinary People.
Black Trans People.
Black Queer People.
Black Children.
Black Youth.
Black Elders.
Black People with Disabilities.
Black Artists.
Black Healers.
Black Neighbors.
Black Poor People.
Black Prisoners.
Black Formerly Incarcerated People.
Black Graduates.
Black Dropouts.
Black Muslims.
Black Christians.
Black Atheists.
Black Radicals.
Black Organizers.
Black Protesters.
Black __________.*

In the world we are making, All Black Lives Matter each and everyday. If you want to help us build this world, here are a few things you can do:

In times of great struggle, The LP grounds ourselves in the rich legacy of ancestors that paved the way for us. Today, we look to Toni Morrison for guidance: “If you can’t imagine it, you can’t have it.” The world is on fire, and we are here for all those in the streets, at work, and at home, fighting for our right to imagine and create a world in which Black lives truly matter.

Black Life Eternal,
The LP Team

*This list is inspired by the one written by Tarana Burke.

Update 6/24: If you’re looking for additional ways to support Black liberation and an end to police violence, explore the following organizations, funds, and initiatives, recently supported by staff of The LP:

Cover image: Create Change Alum, Shani Peters, Eternal, Everytime, laser cut wood, words. 2016.

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