We believe in community-driven policy solutions that are informed by and inclusive of people most impacted by biased policing and police violence.
We believe in a future where communities are free of police violence, free of biased policing and free of police surveillance.
We believe that our local governments should be transparent with the public and be accountable for abuses of power, especially concerning police misconduct.
We believe that racial justice means dismantling our current policing systems, which systematically harm and incarcerate Black and Brown communities, and investing in alternatives to law enforcement that provide communities with resources they need.
We believe in policy solutions based on equity that aim to address the harms and concerns of communities disproportionately impacted by police violence, including BIPOC communities, the LGBTQ+ community, people with disabilities, the unhoused community, immigrant communities and others.