Know Your Rights

May 10, 2021 by Aburiyeba Amaso

Now more than ever, knowing your rights is essential. Systemic oppression has laid waste to marginalized communities leaving behind generational poverty. The past year has shown us the importance of holding government agents accountable. We must ensure that we work towards policies that empower and uplift society’s most vulnerable communities.
We must be advocates and push past the status quo. Be the catalyst of change. “Law is but a means, justice is the end.”

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