We are an alliance of community-based grassroots organizations mobilizing and organizing rapid response to resist increased instances of individual and state-sponsored violence. This response occurs at the intersections of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and immigration status. We work to build a system in which the community can demand accountability, challenge injustice, and access healing after experiencing violence. We are organizing to place sovereignty back into the hands of communities directly affected by systemic oppression and build leadership, generate power, and organize resistance with and alongside all directly affected peoples. The AMOR Support Line (401-675-1414) launched on Valentine's Day 2018, organizes community-led actions and support in response to immigration abuse, police brutality, and hate crimes. When someone calls the support line we coordinate an appropriate response which can be in the form of legal support, mental health support, community response(s), as well as transportation and/or interpretation.
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