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Dear Friend,

Happy New Year's Eve! In 2019, the Transformative Justice Coalition (TJC), with your support, achieved many victories and much progress in our fight for a more just and inclusive democracy. We are reaching out to you seeking your support for the ongoing work of TJC, a registered 501(c)(3), as we end 2019 and prepare for the critical work of 2020. Below are several of TJC's New Year Resolutions:

- In the coming year, TJC will issue a first year report of the National Commission for Voter Justice's report on the state of voter suppression from its hearings and listening sessions held last year.

- In 2020, TJC will expand membership of the Voting Rights Alliance; continue to update its website; and, produce a brand new #VRABlackHistory series in February.

- In 2020, Barbara in her leadership at TJC and as radio host of WOL 1450 AM's "Igniting Change with Barbara Arnwine", will issue a new Map of Shame of voter suppression; educate policy makers and voters about recommendations for electoral reform in the federal, state, and local levels; build new field programs in the states; and, support Voting Rights Act restoration.

- In the coming year, TJC will issue a first year report of the National Commission for Voter Justice's report on the state of voter suppression from its hearings and listening sessions held last year.

- In 2020, TJC is looking forward to holding Fireside Chats in New York City and the Annual Awards Reception in D.C.

- In 2020, TJC will host an African American Women and the Law event during the African American Policy Forum’s 30th Anniversary of Intersectionality conference and advocate for policies which improves the lives of African American women and girls. Throughout 2020, TJC will also: fight discrimination against Black hair; advocate for the FDA to classify hair products that are carcinogenic as such; and, seek pay equity.

- In 2020, TJC will support programs which combat mass incarceration and money bail; advocate programs that combat sexual harassment and assaults by police; support programs to decrease use of force by police; educate communities about strategies for participating in police contracting and civilian oversight via Facebook and Twitter; and, convene programs of the Civil Rights Coalition on Policing Reform.

- In 2020, TJC will host its “Sound The Alarm” Social Media Segment for the second year in a row, airing weekly during its “Igniting Change with Barbara Arnwine” broadcasts. This one of a kind segment seeks to educate listeners by sounding the alarm on the often overlooked and misunderstood policy changes, best practices, and overall news of social media platforms

- TJC will help plan the 2020 National Voting Rights Conference to be held in June 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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