This is my final appeal to you.

As you know, the Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) has been hard at work to secure $5,000 to get eight Black activists to the United National Antiwar Coalition’s conference this month.

As you may also know, many Black activists don’t show up to these kind of events simply because of a lack of resources.

I believe it doesn’t have to be that way.

In fact, I’m positive a broad anti-war movement can only be effective when Black people are actively participating at the center of that movement.

Already, we’ve generated enough to send one person to the conference. We hope you can see what’s possible in transporting seven more activists!

That’s why I’m reaching out one last time.

Please consider giving a generous tax-exempt contribution to send seven more Black activists to UNAC 2017.

And if you’re really excited about the possibilities this presents, you can take your contribution even further by setting up recurring donations. That will ensure BAP gets to continue supporting Black activists and Black movements around the world.

Most recently, we broke news on the Buenaventura protests in Colombia that are still raging as thousands of African descendants have shut down the country’s main international port, blocking millions of dollars in imports and exports.

Grassroots efforts to get the word out depends on you, not big foundations.

I appreciate your commitment to this groundbreaking work!

In solidarity,
Ajamu Baraka
National Organizer
Black Alliance for Peace

P.S. Send seven more Black activists to UNAC 2017 by contributing today!

P.P.S. Forward this message to a friend who cares about building an anti-war movement with Black people at the forefront.