The call for Black lives to matter is a rallying cry for ALL Black lives striving for liberation.
We will honor those we've lost by fighting for the world we can build together, the world we know is possible, the world we deserve, and the world we so desperately need.
Assata's Daughters is a grassroots intergenerational collective of radical Black women located in the city of Chicago. We identify our work as part of the larger Black Lives Matter movement.
Our programs aim to escalate, deepen, and sustain this movement for collective liberation.
The Ella Baker Center for Human Rights is a non-profit strategy and action center based in Oakland, California. The stated aim of the center is to work for justice, opportunity and peace in urban America.
Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) fights for immigrant rights & racial justice with African Americans & Black immigrants.
The number of missing African Americans, Hispanics, Asians, and Native Americans is astronomical. ALL of us, the media, law enforcement and community, have a responsibility to raise awareness about our missing, and to help find and bring them home.
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Black Box Voting, founded in 2003, is a nonpartisan investigative reporting and public education organization for elections.
BOLD is a national leadership training program that aims to equip black leaders with the skills needed to place themselves at the forefront of movements for social justice.
The Black Women’s Blueprint services black women affected by issues such as sexual violence, abuse and incarceration.
Blackout for Human Rights (Blackout) is a network of concerned artists, activists, filmmakers, musicians and citizens who committed their energy and resources to immediately address the staggering level of human rights violations against fellow Americans throughout the United States. We have witnessed enough. An affront to any citizen’s human rights threatens the liberty of all. So, we participate in one of the most time honored American traditions: dissent. We demand an immediate end to the brutal treatment and inhumane killings of our loved ones; the lives of our friends, our parents and our children have value and should be treated with respect. Our right to life is secured not only by our humanity, but is protected by law both federally and internationally by the Constitution of the United States of America and the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
We can live in a world where the police don't kill people by limiting police interventions, improving community interactions, and ensuring accountability.
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Color Of Change helps you do something real about injustice.
We design campaigns powerful enough to end practices that unfairly hold Black people back, and champion solutions that move us all forward. Until justice is real.
Descendants of slaveowners and the enslaved gather to process racism in America.
Since being established in 1994, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has a successful track record in its defense of civil liberties and tolerance. It is frequently seen as the "go-to" organization when bias is directed against Muslim individuals or institutions.
The Innocence Project works to exonerate those who have been wrongfully convicted of crimes by providing free legal assistance.
Million Hoodies is a human rights membership organization building next generation leaders to end anti-black racism and systemic violence.
Sponsored by the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, NBWJI centers its mission on empowering black women and girls in the criminal justice system.
We believe in a criminal justice system that works for all of us
It is time to reimagine and transform our criminal justice system. As Oregonians, we can do more to ensure justice is done for victims and their families, defendants, and our communities. Fairness, accountability, and evidence-based practices should always be the foundation of our criminal justice system.
Investigative journalist Greg Palast, investigates the individuals and entities behind suppressing Black (and other People of Color) voters.
Repairers of the Breach, Inc. is a nonpartisan and ecumenical organization that seeks to build a progressive agenda rooted in a moral framework to counter the ultra-conservative constructs that try to dominate the public square.
TWOC offers support and resources for trans women of color, a highly marginalized community.
We have the right to vote. We have the right to have our vote counted correctly.