Tsuru for Solidarity has been active with socially distant programming:
“Tsuru Rising!: Community Conversations – The series will provide an opportunity for deeper community conversation around identity and intergenerational trauma, anti-Black racism in our own community, and an exploration of what it means to be in solidarity with other communities historically targeted by racism and state violence
For two days (June 6-7), we brought together 1,000 registered attendees, 15,000 viewers, nearly 250,000 tsuru, seven direct actions, 22 healing circles for change and dozens of artists, organizations, and activists. We gathered as a community toward transformative solidarity.