Sandra Bland Center For Racial Justice Launched

the Sandra Bland Center for Racial Justice
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AUSTIN, Texas – Several people gathered at the steps of the state’s Capitol for the launch of the nonprofit the Sandra Bland Center for Racial Justice on Monday morning.

Geneva Reed-Veal, the mother of Sandra Bland, said the center was established to bring healing to families that have lost a loved one to police brutality and help them navigate the criminal justice system. “We’re trying to really assist families with being whole again. So we’re doing scholarships, we’re doing training, we’re teaching financial literacy,” Reed-Veal said.

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