End Mass Incarceration · Support Services · Advocacy
Alliance of Families for Justice's mission is to empower and mobilize families and individuals impacted by the criminal justice system so they can marshal their collective power to create a just world.
Black-led · Know Your Rights Trainings · Policy Accountability
The Brooklyn Movement Center is a multi-issue organization focused on food sovereignty, anti-street harassment, service-providing and issue-advocacy. Current police accountability activities include policy and legislative campaigns, mass mobilizations, political education, and know your rights training.
Mobilization · Training · Voting Activism
Freedom March NYC is at the frontlines of mobilization efforts in NYC non-violently protesting, providing training to help organizers in NYC and different cities center the message, de-escalating situations that may occur on the frontlines, and equipping protestors with resources. They are organizing non-violent protests and policy reform leading up to the 2020 presidential elections and 2021 NYC mayoral race.
Civil and human rights activists · Political Strategist · Minister · Former city council candidate
Kirsten was the former National Director of the Criminal Justice Initiative at the National Action Network and is currently the founder of Arc of Justice. He has spent over three decades in the civil and human rights advocacy space, with a focus on Voting rights, Police Accountability, Healthcare, and several other issues. Kirsten's commitment to social change and progress is rooted in his personal narrative of racial and class diversity.
Legal Services · Transformative Education · Keep Out ICE
Make the Road NY builds the power of the immigrant and working-class communities to achieve dignity and justice. Legal services, community organizing and policy innovation - direct actions to DEFUND NYPD via petitions, calling legislators.
NYC Coalition · Cop Watch · Umbrella Organization
NYC Communities United for Police Reform represents a coalition of groups organizing to end discriminatory policing in NY. Building leaders across all 5 boroughs in the campaign to cut the NYPD by $1B.
Alternative First Responders in New York
Don’tCallthePolice.com 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.Go to New York