Police brutality – In 2016 alone over 800 people have been killed by police brutality. A large number of them being men of color. Numerous of them were unarmed and/or suffered from mental illness. Several of the involved officers have not or will not face any consequences. While men of color are facing character assassination. We will educate, financially support and hold accountable those who support the issues of the black brown and men of color.

Community Re-entry – A large number of black, brown and men of color are incarcerated at an alarming rate. Numerous of these men are released daily and are at a disadvantage when reentering society. Whether its finding gainful employment, adequate shelter, and other economic needs. We will educate, financially support and hold accountable those who support the issues of the black brown and men of color.

Education disparities – We know that many of the public schools lack the resources to provide the proper education for men of color.  A Large number of public school students, once they graduate are not prepared efficiently for higher education. Which leave many men of color at a disadvantage in being a productive citizen to society. For those that seek to go on to higher education are not getting the adequate information on how to fund their education. We will educate, financially support and hold accountable those who support the issues of the black brown and men of color.

  • Nationally, black brown and men of color male students in grades K-12 were nearly 2½ times as likely to be suspended from school in 2000 as white students.
  • The twelfth-grade reading scores of black, brown and men of color were significantly lower than those for men across every other racial and ethnic group.
  • Only 14% of Black Brown and Men of color eighth graders score at or above the proficient level. These results reveal that millions of young people cannot understand or evaluate text, provide relevant details, or support inferences about the written documents they read.
  • 33.1% of black, brown and men of color graduate from College.

Criminal Justice Reform – black, brown and men of color are 3x’s more likely to be given harsher punishments than their counterparts due to inadequate representation, inadequate funds, and unfair legal practices. We want reform and a system that works fairly for all. We will educate, financially support and hold accountable those who support the issues of the black brown and men of color.