The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation

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Sep 21, 2016
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NCBCP PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT ON THE POLICE KILLING OF TERENCE CRUTHER

Statement on the Murder of Terence Cruther from Melanie Campbell, president of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation.

The killing of unarmed black people must end! The National Coalition on Black Civic Engagement joins the Civil Rights and Social Justice communities calling for justice in the police killing of Terence Cruther who was unarmed.

We lift up the Cruther Family in the heartbreaking loss of their loved one and vow to stand in solidarity in their call for justice.

The National Coalition, founded in 1976, creates and enlightens communities by building institutional capacity that provides and develops leadership. By educating, motivating, organizing, and mobilizing Black communities, the National Coalition seeks to encourage full participation in a barrier-free democratic process. The National Coalition works to expand, strengthen, and empower communities to make voting and civic participation a cultural responsibility and tradition.


Terence Cruther and his twin sister Tiffany.

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