In the days following the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, Brooklyn has emerged as an epicenter of activism.

In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement  Persist Brooklyn has joined in demanding racial justice and government accountability. By mobilizing our network to support protesters and join them, by partnering with In the Fight NBK to create a NYC police accountability lobbying guide and Day of Action to call on officials to adopt progressive police reform, we honor our mission to dismantle structural oppressive forces such as racism in our communities, government, and media narratives. The fight for racial equality intersects with every aspect of our electoral work and we move forward with the urgency and persistence that this moment requires.



We’re texting for key Senate and House races. Anyone with an interest in texting and/or electoral strategy should join us!

Each week we use our weekly Zoom meetings to socialize, strategize for the week and send out text messages. 

Dates and times vary, so have a look at our schedule.


  1. Sign up for the email newsletter, if you haven’t already by filling out our Join form.
    Every week you’ll get an update on what our members have been doing, calls to action, upcoming events, and always some fun photos of our members in action.

  2. Join the Persist Brooklyn slack space. This is where all the action is. Be part of the ongoing conversation for planning events, responding to urgent needs, and find a way to flex your superpower! Learn about joining some of our teams here.

  3. Sign up for an event on our Events page, and get started with your own plan to help push the Warren agenda forward.
    Follow us and make a habit of checking the page,
    or check the #event-calendar slack channel.
    New events are added regularly and we all need you there!  

This fight -- our fight -- is not over. And our place in this fight is not gone. 

© 2020 Persist Brooklyn; NOT AFFILIATED with Elizabeth Warren or her campaign (but we love her very, very much).