Last year, despite a deadly pandemic that upended the lives of billions, the National Day of Empathy brought together….
43,000 people around the world to participate in 14 virtual events across 13 states and Canada, totaling 239 MILLION social media impressions, to exemplify our commitment to working across silos and leveraging collective power to combat racial injustice, in all its forms.
21 elected officials from both sides of the aisle to discuss common-sense solutions to alleviate the conditions of those incarcerated during COVID-19 and beyond it.
Martin Luther King III, Kim Kardashian West, Christina and David Arquette, Shaka Senghor, Demi Lovato, and other high-level influencers to lend their power to our movement as change-makers and celebrities.
Now it’s 2021, and this year’s Day of Empathy is going to bring even more excitement, more people from across political divides together, and most importantly, elevate the voices of those impacted by our broken justice system in order to fix it.
Sign up here to receive the latest updates on #DayofEmpathy 2021, find an event in your state/region, and RSVP for the main summit starting at 5pm EST on Tuesday, March 2nd!