Black Women’s Blueprint Plans Justice Ride to Pennsylvania to Seek Justice for Assault Survivors, Mic Reports

Posted on April 2, 2018

Black Women’s Blueprint is planning justice ride to Pennsylvania ahead of Bill Cosby’s retrial

Originally Published in Mic on March 31, 2018
Written by Natelegé Whaley

As jury selection for Bill Cosby’s retrial is set to begin on April 2, Black Women’s Blueprint has organized a justice ride from its Brooklyn, New York, headquarters to Norristown, Pennsylvania, to kick off its #CosbyWatch campaign.

“What we’re really looking at is defining what justice looks like from a survivor’s perspective,” Sevonna Brown, Black Women’s Blueprint’s human rights project manager, said.

“It’s not just choosing: Are you going to continue to support this artist? Are you going to continue to watch this TV show? Are you going to endorse this celebrity?” Brown said. “But what are the real conversations that we’re going to have within black communities to talk about undoing intercommunal violence? What does accountability look like? What does consent-based education look like?”

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