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Empowering African-Americans in their communities since 1986.

Empowering African-Americans in their communities since 1986.

The Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP) was created with the belief that all African-Americans in Pittsburgh should have the resources to empower themselves and their communities.

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B-PEP and CAV Commend U.S. Surgeon General 's Declaration of Gun Violence as a Public Health Crisis

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The Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP) and the Greater Pittsburgh Coalition Against Violence (CAV) welcome the U.S. Surgeon General's designation of Gun Violence as a Public Health Crisis. We hope this additional attention to this cause will bring more impactful focus and effective solutions to the current devastation that persists in our neighborhoods and communities. 


It is our hope that this attention from our Federal Government will direct additional attention, collaborations, funding, and resources towards programs and initiatives that work to interrupt and end gun violence.

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March 2, 2024: Several B-PEPers attended the POOR PEOPLES MARCH in Harrisburg.
There were marches and events in 31 states across the nation!