Building Better Communities (BBC) is a multi-racial, multi-issue, progressive organization fighting for racial equality. BBC was
founded in January 2010. Following the death of founder Perry Bradley’s cousin
Devon Taylor whom died a senseless death at the hands of law enforcement in Sumter, South Carolina, BBC started addressing Gun Violence.
BBC was originally formed to bridge the gap with law enforcement to make African American communities safer. Since its
inception, BBC has expanded its efforts to work tirelessly bridging the gaps with governmental agencies to improve education that leads to income growth, better healthcare, increased
voter participation, and ehhanced reentry resources for those who made mistakes and desire to clear their past and successfully reenter soceity.
Due to repeated failures of governmental organizations to provide social equality, people of color has lost faith in the many
promises of governmental officials who promised an equal playing field for all Americans.
Over time, the fruits of BBC’s labor will be noticeable as social inequality dissipates, as the term
disadvantaged communities becomes, all communities are safer, and people regain trust in governmental officials.
WHO WE ARE
Founded in 2010 by Perry Bradley and headquartered in Columbia, SC, Building Better Communities (BBC) is a progressive 501(c)(3)
non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equality and safety for all communities.
BBC members volunteer thousands of service hours annually in disadvantaged communities collaborating with local law enforcement agencies to build safer communitiesand local officials and businesses to improve education that leads to income growth, better healthcare, increased voter participation, and ehhanced reentry resources for those who made mistakes and desire to clear their past and successfully reenter soceity.
To build better communities through collaborative efforts that level the playing field to make access to economic, social, education, healthcare, equal political rights, and safer communities away of life for all.
BBC will work tirelessly to build a strong network of volunteers, donors, and partners who work to make safer communities in which all people are treated equal regardless of skin tone, education, or economic status.
Bridging the gap between local law enforcement and our communities by providing the necessary tools required for them to become successful.
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