stand in solidarity…

A Statement from our Presidents:

NPAP stands in solidarity with peaceful protests to express horror and outrage against white supremacy and social injustice.

We condemn the murder of Black people by police. We abhor the militarization of our police force. We pledge to fight racism wherever we encounter it – in our own unconscious, in our institutions, and in the social world around us. (Click here for full statement)

A Statement from the Members in Training Organization (MITO):

As events unfold in the aftermath of the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and countless others, we share with our community the feelings of deep pain, sorrow, anguish, and anger. We recognize that these deaths are enactments of systemic anti-Black racism. We condemn white supremacy and believe that Black lives matter. (Click here for full statement)


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