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PROJECT 01: Livonia Citizens Caring About Black Lives



An Anti-Racist Community in Livonia, Michigan

This online community was established on May 30, 2020 by Livonia mom Paige Barylski following the murder of George Floyd. Her goals were to create a space for Livonians to join together to support the Black community and to organize a peaceful protest in solidarity with the modern movement for Black lives.


The protest was planned and more than 2,000 people met at the Livonia Recreation Center on Sunday, June 7 at 3 pm to stand against racism and declare the value of Black lives - especially in our own community.

Today, we have a vibrant and growing Facebook presence committed to being anti-racist in every aspect of life. Our collective efforts focus on three areas: Public Safety for All; Public Education & Engagement; and Community Building & Inclusion. Connect with Livonia Citizens Caring About Black Lives today.


Our Work

Livonia Solidarity March

Along with over 2,000 local residents, LCCABL marched peacefully in solidarity with the modern movement for Black lives in America.

Racial Profiling Billboard

LCCABL fundraised for a billboard calling attention to decades of complaints about race-based traffic stops in Livonia, Michigan.

Brake Light Repair Clinic

Our brake light repair clinic aimed to reduce senseless traffic stops for BIPOC drivers in Livonia by ensuring properly working equipment.

Holiday Gifting Programs

Providing children with diverse toys and books to help foster a greater appreciation for differences in themselves and others.

Upcoming Events

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