Petitions For Justice   

From systemic oppression and injustice, to sub-standard living conditions and education for our children, to the malicious cycle of mass incarceration and the continuous genocide of our people at the hands of the descendants of colonizers, who fight to perpetuate this atrocity in the name of ‘law enforcement,’ we have suffered long enough.’’

Let's Help Raheem Get a Prosthetic Finger

One day he was trying to escape from racist bullies, tried to jump a fence and sliced his finger in two. After a SIX HOUR surgery, the doctors were forced to amputate his finger!

Protect Black Art

Using rap lyrics that are made FOR ENTERTAINMENT should not be used to prosecute artists in criminal cases. It’s a sad day when prosecutors feel they need to use the lyrics of a song to prove criminal involvement instead of actual evidence!

Demand Justice for Breonna Taylor

Nearly two years have passed — and not one single person has been held accountable for the murder of Breonna Taylor.

Help Investigate Mikayla's Death

Any amount you can donate helps to take care of the costs that we have already incurred in this unthinkable situation.

End Human Rights Abuses at Cecil County Detention Center!

Please sign your name and say you stand in support and solidarity of human rights!

Justice for Harold and Anthony

They deserve good lawyers that are actually willing to fight for them! This needs more attention because if they can raise enough money for lawyers they’ll have a chance!

Justice for Brittany Williams

We need speedy justice on this matter. Something has to change in this department and it can start with this!!!

We Want Justice For Diamond Ford

In an effort to seek justice for Ms. Ford, please sign the petition expressing your concerns and desires for the State to drop all charges against Ms. Ford.

Lloyd's of London Petition

Thank you for all your support




Lloyd's of London   

On July 17, hip-hop artist and entrepreneur T.I. penned an open letter to insurance marketplace Lloyd’s of London. In the letter to the company, which played a role in the 18th and 19th century trans-Atlantic slave trade, he demanded reparations on behalf of the descendants of the millions of Africans forced into slavery from the global exchange.