ICCE supports Black Lives Matter

The rage and frustration on display in communities across the country give voice to the continuing reality of racial injustice and police brutality perpetrated against people of color, in particular, the Black community. ICCE acknowledges and shares the pain and outrage of George Floyd’s unnecessary killing and the countless senseless murders and we say their names: Tony McDade, Nina Pop, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and more. As an organization, we recognize and are continuing to reflect on, what actions we must take to leverage our position, become better allies to those suffering, and continue our work advocating for an equitable and healthy society.

ICCE remains committed to connecting SF State students to leadership opportunities for serving and participating in the current civic and social movements in support of Blacks, Indigenous, and People of Color communities. ICCE stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and condemns ongoing systemic racism and violence directed at Black and brown Americans. ICCE is committed to working with our community partners to determine effective actions toward much-needed change.

We have listed a variety of resources below, call to action opportunities, and highlighted the work of some of our community partners to provide you with ways to potentially engage. We invite you to join us in dialogue and future events. For more information on how to get involved and/or receive access to these or other resources of interest, please reach out to - we are here for you!

In solidarity, 

ICCE staff