We stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Tomahawk is owned and operated by a mixed indigenous woman who has spoken out and stands with marginalized black indigenous people of color (BIPoC) community. Tomahawk has always represented and been a symbol of both kinship and defiance. Owner Chantal asks you stand with us and for the Bushwick community in saying BLACK LIVES MATTER and we must end police brutality. We are standing with State Senator Julia Salazar and Assemblywoman Maritza Davila in REPEALING 50-A and passing the Safer NY Act. As New Yorkers this is something we can do now DEMAND the NYPD to take accountability of gross misconduct and the over policing of our communities targeting brown and black folks. Primary Elections are on June 23rd. If you are a New Yorker and unable to make it to the polls please make sure to send in your Absentee Ballot. For more info on the Primaries and how to vote click this link Vote.NYC. It is time we have JUSTICE for the victims and communities devastated by police brutality.

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For further information you can also check out Communities United For Police Reform. Sign and share Tell State Leaders End Police Secrecy. Click this link for more ways to fight injustice In Defense of Black Life.

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