Kindra F. Montgomery

Kindra F. Montgomery

@kfmblock

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Equity & Justice for #RAACD children, youth, & families! Fiercely devoted to radical upstream change #Build.Black.

Sacramento, CA, Rep NoR Cal
Joined on April 16, 2015
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Quoted @kanyewest

I would like to apologize to my wife Kim for going public with something that was a private matter. I did not cover her like she has covered https://t.co/A2FwdMu0YU Kim I want to say I know I hurt you. Please forgive me. Thank you for always being there for me.

Apologize to Moses!! https://t.co/vDrarGbPDD

We look forward to having you join us in part 2 of our webinar. We look forward to having you join us tomorrow July 24 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Click the following link to register: https://t.co/MrHo76Vsuz https://t.co/rMBQa9KZjJ

We look forward to having you join us in part 2 of our webinar. We look forward to having you join us tomorrow July 24 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Click the following link to register: https://t.co/MrHo76Vsuz https://t.co/rMBQa9KZjJ

Sacramento promises $2 million to Black Child Legacy Campaign | https://t.co/OPwykZoQOJ https://t.co/Kiiyy7H4Qu

Sacramento leaders commit $2M to group tasked with preventing youth homicides | FOX40 https://t.co/uJ6RFF5vKD

Reallocating policing funds to invest in community means investment in models of trained and trusted community-led networks that are already saving lives! Learn more about the @RAACD_Sac Healing the Hood initiative & partners at https://t.co/GJRr6S3q5s https://t.co/R4VCTM9QIs

Black Child Legacy Campaign helping black community thrive in Sacramento https://t.co/Kz9xZWS22a via @ABC10

The Observer and the Sacramento African American Coalition on COVID-19 Presents Call to Action: The Virtual Town Hall on Black Business and Economic Development Issues.
Date: Wednesday, June 10 
Time: 6:00p.m. - 7:30p.m.
Place: Via ZOOM
To register email register@CaliforniaUP.org https://t.co/RppiP8PdpJ

The Observer and the Sacramento African American Coalition on COVID-19 Presents Call to Action: The Virtual Town Hall on Black Business and Economic Development Issues. Date: Wednesday, June 10 Time: 6:00p.m. - 7:30p.m. Place: Via ZOOM To register email register@CaliforniaUP.org https://t.co/RppiP8PdpJ

'Normal' is not safe • Sacramento News & Review https://t.co/iM8WRZEOfz

Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael, have been charged 4 murdering Ahmaud Arbery. It took 2 months & national outcry for them to arrest these Pale Supremacists. 

Just remember an arrest does not mean a conviction and a conviction definitely doesn't mean Justice 

#AhmaudArbery https://t.co/xmIEdc49iu

Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael, have been charged 4 murdering Ahmaud Arbery. It took 2 months & national outcry for them to arrest these Pale Supremacists. Just remember an arrest does not mean a conviction and a conviction definitely doesn't mean Justice #AhmaudArbery https://t.co/xmIEdc49iu

I just published Black Mothers and Our COVID-19 Legacy https://t.co/DwgA19XmIA

Pre-k BLOCK SCHOOL of LOVE and EXCELLENCE ❤️✊🏾! This week Moses aka Harriet Tubman. https://t.co/BYKnwo1W64

I'm looking forward to sharing the next episode of the Radical Imagination podcast with you tomorrow, as we envision our way out of this pandemic and see ourselves emerge with the collective resolve to create a better society than the one we had when COVID-19 hit. https://t.co/rsu3R8HVNH

Black Maternal Health Week
April 11-17, 2019 
For more information contact: Shantay Davies-Balch sdavies@marchofdimes.org

#black #april #maternalhealth #marchofdimes https://t.co/QEWQ55HiWK

Black Maternal Health Week April 11-17, 2019 For more information contact: Shantay Davies-Balch sdavies@marchofdimes.org #black #april #maternalhealth #marchofdimes https://t.co/QEWQ55HiWK

As we continue to celebrate Black Maternal Health Week, check out the @sachub916 news story on the work that U.S. Senator Kamala Harris is doing to help eliminate the Black maternal health crisis. Click the link below to read more: https://t.co/8RWzFqUZnc

Senator Kamala Harris - Black Maternal Health Rountable in San Francisco https://t.co/nnKmbXSpjz via @YouTube

Episode Four – Second Trimester: 16 Weeks – 4 Months

In this episode our host Rolanda Wilkins talks to mothers about the second trimester, as well as your birth plan, working with your doctor and food and nutrition.

Listen now at https://t.co/1wuW1A4ZDK and find us on iTunes. https://t.co/GtGwIkVQ0Q

Episode Four – Second Trimester: 16 Weeks – 4 Months In this episode our host Rolanda Wilkins talks to mothers about the second trimester, as well as your birth plan, working with your doctor and food and nutrition. Listen now at https://t.co/1wuW1A4ZDK and find us on iTunes. https://t.co/GtGwIkVQ0Q

Quoted @SenKamalaHarris

The coronavirus pandemic is highlighting long-existing racial disparities in our health care system that Black communities know all too well. As we begin Black Maternal Health Week, we must also speak truth about the crisis afflicting Black mothers and babies. https://t.co/BiAWeLprtm

"If we want systems to change, there has to be funding to back up those things. So I believe it's imperative that this bill is supported, not just for the policy to be implemented, but for our mom's lives to be saved."🙌 https://t.co/qOefMuixu1

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