About Walls Down Collective
Walls Down Collective is a group of budding Abolitionists with many marginalized and intersectional identities. We are Black, Indigenous, immigrants, refugees, unhoused, disabled, Queer, Trans, non-binary, low-income and working class people. Together we work to create the networks of care and resistance required to free us from oppression and sustain our liberation.
With no centralized leadership, our actions are lead by centering the safety, dignity, and overall wellness of those most marginalized in our society. By remaining grassroots (NOT registered as a charity or nonprofit), we remain loyal and dedicated to our various communities, shifting the way we respond based on the needs to be met rather than navigating the barriers and expectations that come from having to answer to funders or government agencies.
Walls Down Collective acts as a vessel for transformation and possibility, creating opportunities for individuals to engage in their surroundings and those within them in a meaningful and intentional way.
A better world is possible, and it starts with you.
"We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly." - Martin Luther King Jr.