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We are veterans and we can stay silent no more. Whether this be to stand up for the BLM movement, fighting for immigration rights for those we are holding in camps in Texas, or holding law enforcement and the federal government accountable for their actions, we must hold to our oath to support and defend the Constitution and the citizens it represents. 

On June 1st, 2020, we watched as Lafayette Square was full of peaceful protestors, fighting for a noble cause, only to be cleared by tear gas, rubber bullets, and unnecessary, illegal brute force. It shook me personally to my core. I decided I could sit by idly no more. There are many issues that are under threat by our current federal government. Let go of the tireless debate about whether it is the Democrats or Republicans fault. Instead of finding fault, let's find solutions. From the Patriot Act to the use of military forces in Washington, D.C., veterans must hold to their oath to support and defend the Constitution on both foreign and domestic fronts.

 

Continue to Serve is an organization comprised of veterans that are remembering their oath and standing up for all who are being denied justice, liberty, and equality.

We aim to support other community organizations by peacefully and lawfully assembling alongside and in support of our communities that are being treated unequally, as well as through community service and humanitarian work to improve communities at home.

Our Mission

Continue to Serve is a grassroots veteran’s organization, comprised of members who are committed to upholding their oath to the Constitution by working for social justice. We aim to secure freedom and equality for all on a local and national level. We will achieve our mission by engaging in community outreach, forming effective partnerships, and using direct action statements to hold those in power accountable.

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Our Vision

  • Protection of the constitution, institutional norms, and the principle that no one is above the law

  • Civil rights and justice for all

  • Demilitarization of domestic agencies, law enforcement, and prevention of the domestic deployment of military forces.

  • Anti-corruption

  • Equitable distribution of community resources

  • Community development and support

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