According to the FBI, police kill Black Americans at nearly the same rate as Jim Crow Era lynchings. But the true impact of discriminatory policing remains unknown. Federal law authorizes the Attorney General to collect nationwide data on police killings. As of today, there is no national database on police killings or use of force.

We can't — and won't — wait another twenty years for comprehensive information on the policies and practices that put the lives of Black and brown youth and adults at risk every single day.

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    With such a large following and platform, O’Reilly must be held accountable for his continual dissemination of harmful mistruths about Black communities.Stand with us in demanding advertisers turn their backs on Bill O'Reilly once and for all. Read More

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    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has a diversity problem; illuminating that problem is the first step. Demand they officially disclose their diversity numbers, and take substantive steps toward becoming a more inclusive organization. Read More

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