CA Reparations Task Force Accountability

Uplifting Black families is uplifting LGBTQ+ families

Join us in a call for accountability

We may be rid of the openly anti-LGBTQ+ policy priorities of the Trump Administration, but the fight for social justice is not over. Indeed, we have much to catch up on, having lost much ground during those four years. Core to our fight for social justice is the need to recognize that the fight against structural racism and anti-Blackness is a fight for LGBTQ rights.

White supremacy holds a very deep appeal for a very large percentage of voters nationally and in our home state as well. Until we defeat white supremacy, our campaign for social justice won't just be incomplete: it will be ineffective.

That's why we must stand together now, our vision freshly focussed on the battle ahead, to lift up California Assembly Bill 3121. Signed into law by Governor Newsom in September 2020, this bill provides for the establishment of a Reparations Task Force by June 2021, and concrete recommendations by June 2022.

Join us as we call for our elected officials to vigorously support the work of the Reparations Task Force, at every opportunity, until its work is done.