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End brutality in Chicago protest poster
Poster by Jing Jian


Remember the Victims The Chicago Police Department is responsible for killing 82 people from Jan 2013 - Dec 2020.Black People were killed at 22.1x the rate of White People from Jan 2013 - Dec 2020.Source: Mapping Police Violence. Last updated: January 2021

Assata's Daughters

Black women led · Restorative Justice · Donation Categories · Black queer feminist lens

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Formed as a volunteer-based collective of Black women, femmes, and gender non-conforming people to address a shortage of programming and community in Chicago.

BLM Chicago

Defund · Volunteer Run

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BLM Chicago is an intersectional vehicle that values Black people and the collective right to self-determination. They work to end state violence and criminalization of Black communities.

CAARPR defends the civil liberties of workers, activists, and prisoners. They demand community control of the police and full representation for Black people and other oppressed groups at all levels of government.

Chicago Equity And Transformation (e.a.t.)

Reparations · Voter Education · Economic Equity

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Founded and established for and by post incarcerated and marginalized Black people in Chicago, Equity And Transformation (EAT) strives to uplift the faces, voices, and power of the vast disenfranchised and excluded Black workforce in Chicago. EAT has been coordinating protests and direct actions aimed at achieving justice for George Floyd and the release of activists like Malcolm London, who have been arrested at protests.

Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation (SOUL)

End Mass Incarceration · Defund · Faith Partnerships

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SOULs mission is to assist low-income people of color in the Chicago Southland to build power and leverage it to fight for their own interest and liberation.

Alternative First Responders in Chicago

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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