Be Better- Strive for Equity

Be Heard- Use Your Voice

Urge Your Elected Officials for Reforming in Police Policies

In order for reform on police policies, active measures to demand policymakers ensure the end to police brutality need to occur. Elected officials in local, state, and federal level need to embrace solutions for police accountability as well as correcting systems in place that allow tactics for police brutality. 

Have your voice heard. Urge your elected officials that change needs to happen to stop police brutality. All levels of government have their part towards police reform. Get in contact with your elected officials and demand for action to end police brutality. It can be as simple as stating your time and how you are against police brutality, or you can express your concerns and thoughts- but as long as you are actively contacting your officials, your voice is being heard.

Common Cause

Find your state and federal representatives through Common Cause. Listed are your elected officials at state and federal level with their contact information. Visit your city’s website to view your elected officials and also urge them for change.

Find Your Local Representatives

For More Information

Campaign Zero-

To learn more about effective solutions to end police violence, Campaign Zero has excellent information.

 

Use of Force Project-

Use of Force Project reviews the rules governing police use of force in America's largest city police departments to determine whether they include meaningful protections against police violence.

 

Be Kind- Lend a Hand

Donate to Organizations or Legal Funds

 

Directly donating to organizations or legal funds that actively promote equality for the Black community . Any donation is a donation, and no matter what will support your cause of choice.

Loveland Foundation-

Loveland Foundation is committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls. Our resources and initiatives are collaborative and they prioritize opportunity, access, validation, and healing.

Grassroots Law-

Grassroots Law bridges the gap between grassroots organizing and legal expertise in criminal justice reform by bringing millions of us together to address the most pressing and egregious failures of he system, hold powerful acts accountable, and advocate for deep structural change.  

 

Be Conscious- Learn More

Helping spread the word and educate others is another form of support. Actively reading, watching, and listening to programs, literature, shows, anything created by a Black individual will help move the community forward. Take an active stance to reach out to your friends and family to help raise awareness. We’ve compiled a list of material to read, learn, and recommend. Share with friends, it may seem like a small step but you are showing solidarity doing so.

Now Listening to…

Natal

A podcast docuseries about experiences of having a baby while being a Black individual in the US. 

Listen and Learn The Stories