The US Program leads with the principle of racial justice and equity as a fundamental human right providing the foundational, over-arching, and unifying theme for all our work. Our strategic priorities focus on immigration and border rights, criminal justice, and democracy research and advocacy, each operationalized by our theory of change that centers our partners and the most impacted people. Our broader racial justice and equity work focuses on reparative and economic justice, and we advocate for the US to meet its international human rights obligation to end all forms of racial discrimination.



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Reverend Robert Turner of the historic Mount Vernon African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church, damaged in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

Support a petition calling for full reparations to survivors and descendants of the #TulsaRaceMassacre.


Voters made clear that racial justice needs to be a priority for the next Administration. The US Congress now has an opportunity to make history. Justice can't wait. Tell Congress to pass H.R. 40 now.