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With the unprovoked and unnecessary killing of George Floyd, something has changed. Like many of you, I feel this time is different and I think many of the protests we have seen in recent days demonstrate that all over this country, people feel that this time is different too.
LDF. Defend. Educate. Empower.
LDF Supporter,

Over the last five years, you have seen me talk about Eric Garner, Walter Scott, Philando Castile, Freddie Gray, and so many of the others who had been killed by police officers. Through all of these terrible killings LDF worked not only to demand justice in the individual cases, but to draw the nation’s attention to the deep, powerful, longstanding systemic racism in this country that gives rise to law enforcement misconduct in their interactions with our communities.

With the unprovoked and unnecessary killing of George Floyd, something has changed. Like many of you, I feel this time is different and I think many of the protests we have seen in recent days demonstrate that all over this country and the world, people feel that this time is different too.

Why is it different? For me personally, when I saw the image of Officer Derek Chauvin taking the life of Mr. Floyd, with his hands in his pockets, looking at people videotaping him, everything about his stance showed me that he believed there would be no accountability for his actions.

As the head of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, I have dedicated myself to justice through the law ‒ but in that officer’s expression, I could see that we had failed in our justice system.

We need to take meaningful action to change the justice system at both the national and local levels. Here are four steps that need to be implemented immediately. We are asking you to join with us in this work:

  1. Open a national registry of police officers. If someone is fired for misconduct, they will no longer be able to just move to other jurisdictions and continue to inflict pain on Black communities.

  2. Change the law of “qualified immunity.” This judge-made doctrine has resulted in near impunity for police officers who engage in this kind of brutality and violate the constitutional rights of African Americans.

  3. Push the Justice Department to use the Law Enforcement Misconduct Act to investigate patterns of discrimination by police departments. This law, passed following the verdicts of the Rodney King case, has allowed for the investigations of police departments in Baltimore, MD, and Ferguson, MO, and it’s a vital tool for police transformation.

  4. Find your local jurisdiction’s police union contract and ask your local leaders to remove protections that bar police officers from appearing within 72 hours of killing an unarmed person. Some of these contracts are being negotiated right now. Your city’s leaders need to hear from you.

None of this work happens in a vacuum, and it can only be achieved if we consistently act together for change.

So I’m asking, LDF Supporter, please support LDF and other organizations that are on the front lines of this fight. Your gift will go to work immediately to help LDF and also support these other important grassroots organizations. Please donate NOW. >>

Here are the organizations your gift will lift up:

  • The Bail Project is a national nonprofit organization designed to combat mass incarceration by disrupting the money bail system ‒ one person at a time. Your gift can help pay bail for someone as an act of solidarity with local communities. Support here >>

  • BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity) is a national training intermediary focused on transforming the practice of Black organizers in the U.S. to increase their alignment, impact, and sustainability to win progressive change. BOLD carries out its mission through training programs, coaching, and technical assistance for BOLD alumni and partners. Support here >>

  • BYP100 Education Fund (BYP100) is a national organization of Black 18 to 35-year-old activists and organizers, dedicated to creating justice and freedom through a Black queer feminist lens. We focus on leadership development, direct action organizing, issue advocacy, and political education. BYP100 prioritizes the issues of historically silenced and vulnerable groups within Black communities ‒ specifically queer, trans and gender nonconforming, poor, disabled, and undocumented people. Support here >>

  • Forced Trajectory Project (FTP) is a long-term multimedia project that began in 2009 documenting the rippling effects police violence has on communities beginning with the families who have lost their loved ones to police murder. Utilizing moving pictures, stills, and sound, the project’s goal is to paint an intimate and accurate portrait of the “forced trajectory” these family members find themselves on after their loved ones are killed. Support here >>

  • The Justice Committee is a grassroots organization dedicated to building a movement against police violence and systemic racism in New York City. At the heart of JC’s work has always been supporting and uplifting the leadership of families who’ve lost loved ones to the police. Support here >>

  • SONG is a home for LGBTQ liberation across all lines of race, class, abilities, age, culture, gender, and sexuality in the South. It builds, sustains, and connects a Southern regional base of LBGTQ people in order to transform the region through strategic projects and campaigns developed in response to the current conditions in our communities. Support here >>

To fix our justice system, we need to organize and fight on all levels. Please donate now to support LDF and other organizations that are on the front lines of this battle. Your gift will go to work immediately and be split evenly between LDF and these organizations. Be a part of this important moment of change. DONATE NOW. >>
With you in solidarity,
Sherrilyn A. Ifill
President and Director-Counsel
P.S. When we work together at the national and the local levels, through the courts, social media, bail payments, and grassroots organizing, we can create the type of accountability and change that will make sure no officer believes they are untouchable. Make it possible. Donate here. >>
LDF. Defend. Educate. Empower.
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.
40 Rector Street, 5th floor   •  New York, NY 10006
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