In an effort to show support and solidarity for communities and people of color who have been subjected to police brutality, the NFL along with the Los Angeles Chargers, the Los Angeles Rams, and HBO have compiled a list of organizations that fight for social justice issues.
Color of Change, the nation’s largest online racial justice organization helps people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us. As a national online force, it moves decision-makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund seeks structural changes to expand democracy, eliminate disparities, and achieve racial justice in a society that fulfills the promise of equality for all Americans.
Launched by Michelle Obama, When We All Vote is a national, nonpartisan nonprofit that brings together citizens, institutions, brands, and organizations to increase participation in every election.
The mission of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) is to change lives and create safe, healthy communities by providing a support and advocacy network for and by formerly incarcerated men and women. ARC advocates for fair policies in the juvenile and criminal justice systems and provides a supportive network and reentry services to formerly incarcerated individuals.
The Community Justice Exchange is a national hub for developing, sharing, and experimenting with tactical interventions, strategic organizing practices, and innovative organizing tools to end mass incarceration.
RISE is a national nonprofit that educates and empowers the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice and improve race relations. Through partnerships and programs, the organization inspires leaders in sports to create positive change on matters of race and equality.
Brotherhood Crusade is a 50-year-old grassroots organization with a vision of improving quality of life and meeting the unmet needs of low-income, underserved, under-represented, and disenfranchised individuals.
The LA84 Foundation is a nationally recognized leader in support of youth sports programs and public education about the role of sports in positive youth development. LA84 levels the playing field so that sport is accessible to all children, while elevating the field of youth sports as an integral part of American life.
Liberty Hill fights for racial justice in all its campaigns and programs. The organization provide resources to those of who are denied power—people of color, the poor, women, LGBTQ people, and others. The organization's resources help communities organize and demand equality, a life with dignity, and respect. Liberty Hill also supports the necessary conversations that a new movement is inspiring about new strategies to dismantle racism in America.
The Watts Rams was created by LAPD officers from the Southeast Division, with these officers coaching and mentoring student-athletes in football, track, and field. The goal is to offer underprivileged youth in Watts a chance to play organized sports but on a larger scale, and to positively change the historically strained relationship between the police and the community of Watts.
Working through a network of high-performing, community-based schools and a portfolio of programs that reach students throughout LA County, the LA Promise Fund creates vibrant community hubs and partnerships that foster motivated, engaged, and directed students poised for academic, professional, and personal success.
Changing the world starts at home. A Place Called Home provides a safe, nurturing environment with proven programs in arts, education and wellness for young people in South Central Los Angeles to help them improve their economic conditions and develop healthy, fulfilling, and purposeful lives.