This FAQ Sheet aims to provide an overview of Cop City and commonly asked questions that center around its impact on BIPOC, Atlantans, and disabled communities. It will cover five main questions:
- What is Cop City?
- What are the (said) pros?
- How is the movement concerned that Cop City will impact communities of color?
- How are the movement leaders concerned that Cop City will impact people with disabilities?
- How can leaders support the Stop Cop City movement?
This FAQ sheet was created by Najah Williams, a NAMED Advocates Disability Justice Intern, and designed by the NAMED Advocates team. Learn more about the NAMED Advocates here: https://withkeri.com/named-advocates/
Najah Williams is a Georgetown University junior born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. She is pursuing a degree in Healthcare Management and Policy on the policy track. Najah goes by she/her pronouns and is passionate about advocating for marginalized groups within a health policy lens.
Within Georgetown, Najah works at the Center for Social Justice (CSJ) with a central mission to support programming dedicated to advancing social justice efforts within the DC community. She supports these initiatives through service and immersion experiences and working in collaboration with local partners. Her involvement with CSJ serves as a catalyst for infusing social justice into all aspects of life at Georgetown University.