Isa Mujahid and Camelle Scott-Mujahid are the founder and organizing director, and the training director, respectively, of CTCORE-Organize Now!, an organization dedicated to building communities of racial justice freedom fighters to dismantle institutional racism in the state of Connecticut. Using the frames of reparations, systemic inequality, and building new systems and institutions, CTCORE-Organize Now! organizes around a platform developed over the course of nine months by people of color which prioritizes action around the four pillars of criminal justice reform, education equity, economic justice, and environmental justice and health equity. Co-sponsored by the Yale Sustainable Food Program and Pierson College.
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