The Freedom-Lovers’ Roll Call Wall
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Ways to Support ABHM?
ABHM calls on people everywhere to work for liberty and justice for all.
Stand with us by signing the Freedom Lovers' Pledge below.
Let others know of your commitment by putting your name (and photo if you're willing) onto our Roll Call Wall. Thank you!
"By placing my name on the Freedom-Lovers’ Roll Call Wall, I pledge to take a stand against hatred and injustice. I will work in my daily life for racial equity, human rights for all, repair and reconciliation."
The Freedom-Lovers Roll Call Wall
Graduate Student National Park Ranger
Lynn Derrwaldt PhD
North Carolina, USA
Afterschool Program Coordinator
Diana Lynn Hinton
Resource Specialist, Dept. of Labor
New York, USA
Eileen P Collins
Dr. Martha Mathis
Dean/Special Assistant to
Vice President of DEI
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
South Carolina, USA
Afterschool Site Supervisor
Head of School
Janell T. Brown
Rocío Sánchez Ajamil
Clinical Application Trainer
Seth Marie Westfall
Professor of Education
New York, USA
Lifelong Learner & Humanitarian
Jane P. Hunter
Coordinator Of Education Services
Social Worker/Social Activist
Social Work Administrator
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Christopher M Mercadel Sr.
Retired Police Officer
Activist, caregiver, Unitarian
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