BLACK LIVES MATTER
Reale Justice Network
Join us in our work toward Reale Justice and liberation.
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We are a Black and Indigenous, survivor led, reproductive justice group, advocating for a range of political and social justice issues that directly impact Black and Brown communities. We are abolitionists and believe that all forms of cages impair the potential and growth of humans. We are unapologetically BLACK. We are a family and embrace ALL Black people with love and light.
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Birth Justice, Survivor Support, Community Bail Fund, and More
We strive to make a difference by the approach that we take with our work. We recognize that many of this countries institutions were built upon white supremacist culture, which embodies centuries of harmful practices that directly impact Black people and other people of color. We know that our communities have suffered under the weight of terrorism, violence, racism, sexism, discrimination in employment and housing (red-lining), which contributes to the wealth gap between Black and white households. We know that we must resist.
Bootcamp and Training Dates
Bails & Bonds Documentary
Bails & Bonds, available March 26th, delves into the intricacies of the bail system, examining how it impacts the lives of mothers and their children. Despite the challenges they face, these mothers demonstrate incredible resilience and love for their children as they struggle to maintain bonds and provide for them. Directed by DocuCourse creator, @avestokes. Get free access at DocuCourse.org
This is brought to you in partnership with @healthforwardkc, Convergence Partnership, and @assemble.begreat. Also a big thanks to @reale_justice_network for being a part of this project and serving Black mothers. Special shoutouts to our producer, @drwilliamsabe, as well as @tvcort, Qiana Thomason, Amanda Navarro, and Michele Silver.