Daniel Maree

  • COMING SOON: LONDON 2012

    LONDON - MAY 11th


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  • April 26 - Digital Town Hall

    New York, NY On April 26th Justice for Trayvon Martin Foundation will hold a community forum and rally with the parents of Trayvon Martin, along with Reverend Al Sharpton; Reverend Jesse Jackson; NAACP President, Ben Jealous; Earvin “Magic” Johnson; Stevie Wonder; Mary Mary; David Banner; Chaka Khan as well as with community activists and organizers to address the multitude of issues plaguing young people of color in this country.

    Join via Livestream: http://ow.ly/avOvG

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  • LA ACTION: Justice for Trayvons!

    On April 10th the people of Los Angeles will come together to march for Trayvon Martin. On that day a grand jury convenes in FL to decide if charges should be brought against Trayvon's shooter, George Zimmerman. In addition to the march the millionhoodies of LA have drafted a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder asking for a Justice Department investigation into the case. Please take a few minutes to download, sign, and mail a copy to Eric Holder. You can also email it to AskDOJ@usdoj.gov. We must keep the pressure on until Trayvon's family receives justice.

     

     

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  • Press Releases

    Statement About the Death of Eric Garner
    Posted by · July 24, 2014 7:00 PM

    VIRTUAL MARCH ON WASHINGTON!
    Posted by · August 20, 2013 5:11 PM · 2 reactions

    National Hoodie Day & International Day of Internet Action
    Posted by · April 09, 2012 12:32 PM

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  • The Facts About the Murder of Trayvon Martin

    The muder of Trayvon Martin has sparked outrage among millions of Americans. However, there are those who seek to use Trayvon's case to advance their political agenda. Many in the media are trying to portray Trayvon as an aggressor who deserved to be attacked. Know the facts! Below is a fact sheet that you can download and share with others. Let's not let misinformation get in the way of getting justice for Trayvon.

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  • From Martin To Martin: Hoodies Up On The Mountaintop

    Rally USQ

    A beautiful and thoughtful reflection on two Martins from Michael Skolnik at Global Grind.

    "But, if we are to get to that mountaintop, it will be our generation that will lead us there."

    Image via Flickr.

     



  • Upcoming events

    Upcoming events, conferences, actions, and trainings by the Million Hoodies Network.

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  • Our History

    The Million Hoodies Movement for Justice was established in March 2012 in response to the murder of Trayvon Martin. What began as a grassroots effort to pursue justice on behalf of his family, quickly evolved into a full-fledged organization. Million Hoodies is a national organization with over 50,000 members working to protect and empower young people of color from racial profiling and senseless gun violence through creative technology, strategic communications, and grassroots organizing. Our organization seeks to build a safer and more racially tolerant America by transforming the public narrative on gun violence and racial profiling while providing the tools necessary for communities to protect themselves.

    Led by Founder and Executive Director Daniel Maree, Million Hoodies successfully mobilized global support for the arrest of George Zimmerman by collecting over two million petition signatures. The petition, originally created by Howard University students, became the fastest growing petition in the history of the Internet. In 2012 Million Hoodies created a new tool to help track and document incidents of police misconduct and institutional discrimination. Million Hoodies has since collected over 2,000 incidents of misconduct in New York City alone.

    Our work recognizes that the conditions that caused the death of Trayvon Martin and many others like him are deeply embedded in institutional injustice and structural violence. While accountability in individual cases is important, we realize that we must attack the core inequalities in our society if we are to put a stop to the senseless deaths and systemic violence inflicted on people of color every day. 

    Million Hoodies has generated millions of dollars in earned media for victims and families of senseless gun violence and received several awards, including: 2 Cannes Lions, 2 Gold Andy Awards, 2 Bronze Art Director’s Club Awards, a 2013 D&AD Silver Pencil nomination, a 2013 Webby Award Nomination for Public Service and Activism (which places Million Hoodies as one of the 5 best campaigns in the world in its category), and the 2013 Do Something Award Grand Prize, which honors world changers aged 25 and younger.

    ISSUES:

    Common Sense Gun Reform
    Divestment from Gun Manufacturers
    Mass Incarceration and Private Prisons
    Police Misconduct
    School to Prison Pipeline
    Racial Profiling

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    We support our college chapters and affiliates working on local grassroots racial justice and gun violence prevention campaigns across the country. Want to get involved or be affiliated with the Million Hoodies Action Network? Check out steps how here.


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