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BlmRVA, we support initiatives to serve the people who need them most. We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing low income and black society. Please join our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of others.

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Outreach, Political Action and Protests

With our organization’s mission always in mind, 1. We must Advocate for social needs of our people... Stand against police brutality/Systemic Oppression.2. We must stay ahead of ever changing policies and laws with political action.3. We must stand ready to protest injustices.


Support Services - Reinforcing our Commitment

If you have been a victim of an atrocious act or violation of your civil rights and need social backing and support please fill out our form. Explaining the situation and how you think we can help. We will respond to VERIFIED situations that fall within our mission.


News Releases

Resource Center

Removing Monuments Won’t Dismantle White Supremacy, Activists Say

Houseless Residents Say They Were Evicted Without Warning in Richmond

New COVID Restrictions Will Be Used to Suppress Black Liberation, Activists Say

Witnesses describe clash at Lee Circle between caravan of Trump supporters and a crowd of opponents

Police seize firearms from Black men at Virginia rally for gun rights

VIDEO: Protestors gather outside of RPD on Friday night

Protesters march in Goochland in support of Charlottesville man fatally shot by state troopers

Protesters march in downtown Richmond on Election Day

State installs fence around Lee Monument to prepare for statue's future removal; appeal filed in suit

BlmRVA and Blm757 March outside Governor’s Mansion

Whats the fence really for?

Protesters march in Richmond commemorating 1-year-anniversary of Breonna Taylor's death

Three organizers gather for peaceful rally and protest at va beach oceanfront


Occupation at Robert E Lee Monument

Marcus Davis Peters Circle in Richmond VA

The occupation at Robert E. Lee has been going on since May 27th and continues to this day. BLMOCCUPIERS will not leave Monument Ave until Robert E. Lee is taken down.   

The Fence - The fence surrounding Marcus Davis Peters Circle (MDPC) was put up on Jan 27th by Department of General Services (DGS.) Initially the intent of the fence was to protect the work site to remove the statue, after the decision was confirmed by the courts. However, an appeal was filed to the Supreme Court of Virginia which has allowed the fence to remain until the case is heard. There is a possibility of it going all the way to Supreme Court of United States.


Volunteers - become part of the movement!

Direct and Indirect participation

This is one of the simplest ways to help out our cause. We believe the best way for our initiatives/campaigns to be successful is for the community to actively get involved. This is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the work we do at BlmRVA & Blmoccupiers. Get in touch with any questions about how you can Volunteer Your Time today. Fill out the form below or click the BOOKINGS Tab.


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Make A True Change

Our organization always appreciates the skills and involvement people like yourself bring to the table, with every contribution going towards making BlmRVA a hub for development. We want to provide you with the correct and appropriate information pertaining to your mode of support, so don’t hesitate to contact us with your developed skills questions.

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