Welcome to The New Movement for Justice

This is your one-stop site for both actionable steps, and vital resources that will educate and empower you in this fight for policing reforms.



Let’s Make Change Together

This Free Resource Page is unlike any other

We know you want to be a part of the progress being made for equality in America, but we also know it is difficult to know where to begin. We have assembled key resources here for your use, and included 3 easy to follow steps [educate, share, get involved] with links to help you maximize your impact. Leveraging these tools will allow you to stay engaged even when things get hard and life gets busy. There are plenty of additional books, podcasts, documentaries, films and commentary not included here. Feel free to contact us with resources and feedback. We all need to be educated and engaged, in order to hold people and systems that abuse their power accountable.

“There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long range risks of comfortable inaction.” – John F. Kennedy

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“How to End Police Brutality” a video by Learn Liberty addresses one of the contributing factors to police misconduct.
Video Length = 2 min 9 secs


STEP 1: Educate Yourself

STEP 2: Share

STEP 3: Get InvolvedClick Here to Take Action Now!

Here’s what you can do to have a direct & immediate impact on this issue:

  1. Educate Yourself – […Ignorance is no longer bliss, or an excuse…]
    • Watch “Broken Policing System”: Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (24:38 mins)
      • Hasan examines the systems in place that protect and sometimes incentivize police misconduct in America. – YouTube (video embedded below)
    • Watch “Police”: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) (33:32 mins)
      • John Oliver discusses how the histories of policing and white supremacy are intertwined, the roadblocks to fixing things, and some potential paths forward. – YouTube (video embedded below)
    • Watch “Policing the Police”: FRONTLINE PBS (53:16 mins)
      • “Policing the Police” offers an up-close look at police reform efforts in Newark, NJ, after the force was found to have engaged in a pattern or practice of unconstitutional stops, searches and arrests of black residents. With gripping, on-the-ground access, this 2016 film examines the difficulties of fixing a broken relationship between the police and the community. – YouTube (video embedded below)


2. Share What You’ve Learned – […Each one + teach one + bring one…]

  • Engage in difficult dialogue with your children, family members, colleagues and friends – use this conversation resource guide at RaceForward.org
  • Repost videos of police brutality on social media – the truth is hard to watch but it must be seen (Google Drive Folder with dozens of video links)
  • Repost accurate memes and info-graphics – it’s a quick and easy way to spread the message
  • Share this web-page and its resources with your network – not to brag, but this is a great resource page for new activists 😉
  • Read and Share this Anti-Racism resource page compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker, Alyssa Klein in May 2020
  • Share Indivisible.org resource page for actionable steps and education


3. Get Involved – […Be the change you want to see in the world…]

  • Protest
  • VOTE!
  • Sign Petitions
  • Contact Your Elected Officials
    • Leverage technology to make contacting your local elected officials simple, easy and consistent. You can literally send hundreds of messages per week to lawmakers, effortlessly with these tools.
      1. ResistBot – Contact your representatives in under 2 minutes. Hi, I’m Resistbot! Text the word RESIST to me on iMessage, Messenger, Twitter, Telegram, or to 50409 on SMS* and read what I text you back. I’ll turn your texts into a letter, and deliver it to the elected officials you choose: from your state legislator to the President. https://resist.bot/guide
      2. Defund12.org – Email government officials and council members to reallocate egregious police budgets towards education, social services, and dismantling racial injustice via this crowd-sourced tool.
      3. Democracy.io – We make it possible for you to email your two senators and representative, through a single website. You submit one message—not three different messages on three different forms on three different websites.
      4. 5calls.org -5 Calls is the easiest and most effective way for citizens to make an impact in national and local politics. Calling members of Congress is the most effective way to have your voice heard. Calls are tallied by staffers and the count is given to your representatives, informing them how strongly their constituents feel about a current issue. The sooner you reach out, the more likely it is that your voice will influence their position.
  • Donate
    • Choose an organization that is working on the front lines for change and help them expand their outreach. We make no recommendations.
Watch “13th” Documentary: Ava DuVernay (1:40 hrs)
Watch “Broken Policing System“: Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (24:38 mins)
Watch “Police”: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) (33:32 mins)
Watch “Policing the Police”: FRONTLINE PBS (53:16 mins)

Want to go even further? Check here…

These pages have in depth policing reforms that you can use to assess your local precinct, and apply the political pressure necessary for change.









Want additional ideas? Try these...

  • Organize Letter Writing Parties
  • Setup Virtual Town Hall Meetings
  • Support Black Owned-Businesses
  • Advocate for Criminal Justice Reform
  • Boycott Companies who Exploit Prison Labor
  • Start/Join a Local Activist Group to Educate your Community
  • Engage in Artistic Expression – Music, Dance, Art, Theater
  • See Something, Say Something – Record Police Interactions Responsibly
  • Say Their Names, Remember Their Names, Honor Their Memories
  • Donate Directly to the Families of Victims of Police Brutality
  • Read Books, Listen to Podcasts, Watch Documentaries
  • Support a Political Campaign
  • Run for Elected Office