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Say Her Name movement

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Topical headingSay Her Name movement
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SayHerName movement
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Found inWork cat: Elliott, Zetta. Say her name, 2020: publisher's description (Inspired by the #SayHerName campaign launched by the African American Policy Forum, these poems pay tribute to victims of police brutality as well as the activists insisting that Black Lives Matter.) page 3 (Campaign launched by the African American Policy Forum in 2014)
Say Her Name : resisting police brutality against Black women, 2015.
Ritchie, Andrea J. Invisible no more : police violence against black women and women of color, 2017: page 220 ([In 2014], AAPF founder, Kimberle Crenshaw, [Rachel] Gilmer, and current AAPF Associate Director Julia Sharpe-Levine coined #SayHerName in response to the absence of Black women's stories of police violence in protests and on social media. In May 2015, AAPF released a report I coauthored with Kimberle Crenshaw, entitled Say Her Name: Resisting Police Brutality Against Black Women, updating it in July 2015 to include Sandra Bland's story. Since then, AAPF has hosted town halls, webinars, and activist camps aimed at lifting up the experiences of Black women in conversations around police brutality and for racial justice.)