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Civil Rights Coalition On Police Reform

The Lawyers’ Committee convenes the Civil Rights Coalition on Police Reform which includes 37 national civil and human rights organizations that meet weekly to develop policy and legal strategies to address police brutality.  The Coalition primarily seeks to reform outdated, biased, and inappropriate policing tactics, while ensuring necessary accountability and creating better, more sustainable relationships between the community and police.  It also seeks to enhance and coordinate our joint efforts to promote multifaceted police reform.  The Coalition includes the following organizations :

  1. Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
  2. Philip Randolph Institute
  3. ACLU
  4. Advancement Project
  5. African American Policy Forum
  6. American Association of University Women
  7. Amnesty International
  8. Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance
  9. Black Alliance for Just Immigration
  10. Black Lives Matter
  11. Black Movement Law Project
  12. Black Youth Project
  13. NYU Brennan Center for Justice
  14. Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico
  15. Demos
  16. Empowerment Temple AME Church
  17. Equity Matters
  18. Hands Up United
  19. Hip Hop Caucus
  20. Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
  21. League of Young Voters
  22. Muslim Advocates
  23. NAACP
  24. NAACP LDF
  25. National Action Network
  26. National Bar Association
  27. National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
  28. National Collaborative on Health Equity
  29. National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA
  30. National Disability Rights Network
  31. National Organization of Black Law Enforcement
  32. National Urban League Washington Bureau
  33. Parks & Crump Attorneys at Law
  34. PICO Network
  35. Rainbow PUSH Coalition
  36. Skinner Leadership Institute
  37. Transformative Justice Coalition

 

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