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Organizations for Change
Alexas_Fotos. (2017, January 27). Time for change. [Photograph]. Pixabay.
Social Justice Organizations
Collective of Georgia organizations and activists working together to demand justice for Ahmaud Arbery and seeking to address the immediate and long-term needs of Georgians impacted by state violence, mass incarceration and other systems of oppression.
Law for Black Lives
A Black femme-led national network of nearly 4,000 radical lawyers and legal workers committed to building a responsive legal infrastructure for movement organizations and cultivating a community of legal advocates trained in movement lawyering.
Movement Law Lab Collective
An organization committed to building power in black and brown communities by incubating legal projects that combine law and community organizing to protect, defend, and embolden racial justice movements.
Southerners on New Ground
(SONG) is a regional Queer Liberation organization made up of people of color, immigrants, undocumented people, people with disabilities, working class and rural and small town, LGBTQ people in the South.
Until We Are All Free
A racial justice initiative rooted in arts and culture. Together, Black, migrant, refugee, undocumented, indigenous, queer, and transgender communities are building solidarity by tapping into the power of art and culture to envision and to build a world defined by dignity and self-determination—for all of us.
Criminal Justice Reform Organizations
An organization dedicated to ending police violence in America by providing a data-informed platform which presents comprehensive solutions to end police violence in America by integrating community demands, policy recommendations from research organizations, and President Obama's Task Force on 21st Century Policing.
The Sentencing Project
Works for a fair and effective U.S. criminal justice system by promoting reforms in sentencing policy, addressing unjust racial disparities and practices, and advocating for alternatives to incarceration.
National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform
A non-profit organization providing technical assistance, consulting, research, and organizational development in the fields of juvenile and criminal justice, youth development, and violence prevention. NICJR provides consultation, program development technical assistance and training to an array of organizations, including government agencies, non-profit organizations, and philanthropic foundations.