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Albuquerque poster that reads Silence equals Violence
Poster by Jing Jian


Remember the VictimsThe Albuquerque Police Department is responsible for killing 38 people from Jan 2013 - Dec 2020.Black People were killed at 3.6x the rate of White People from Jan 2013 - Dec 2020.Source: Mapping Police Violence. Last updated: January 2021

ACLU of New Mexico

Election Integrity · Policing Alternatives · LGBTQ Rights

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Affiliate of the National American Civil Liberties Union, with a focus on the issues that affect residents of New Mexico - including police abuses, fair treatment of prisoners, and more. They are the largest civil rights organization in the state with thousands of members, working in the courts, the legislature and communities to protect the rights of all people living in New Mexico.

Generation Justice

Multiracial & Multicultural · Youth Led · Empowerment Programs

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Generation Justice trains youth to harness the power of community and raise critical consciousness through leadership development, civic engagement, media production and narrative shift in the areas that most impact New Mexicans- racial justice, health, education, early childhood development, and economic security. GJ’s mission is to inspire youth to become multidimensional leaders who are committed to social transformation.

Alternative First Responders in Albuquerque

Don’ is a national directory of organizations equipped to handle non-violent situations in your city. Easily search for your alternative first responders by topics like housing, LGBTQ+, mental health, domestic violence & sexual assault, youth, elders, crime, and substances.

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