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Welcome to

Justice Committee

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Est. 1984

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About Us

40 years in

the movement has changed a lot throughout the years, but our commitment to our people has not. We are here to stay, and here to win! ¡Pa'lante!


Hasta La Victoria!

We use any & all tactics to fight for the liberation of our people.


Join the team

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not" - Dr. Seuss


Families Organizing

Our Families Organizing Program is the only one of its kind in NYC. Families whose loved ones were murdered by police develop and launch campaigns to win systemic change, support one another, and move their collective work forward. 
While Families Organizing is only open to families. Survivors and other New Yorkers can also join the rapid response team, case support, and campaign support. 

Justice Committee has almost 40 years of experience supporting the families of New Yorkers murdered by the NYPD and survivors of police violence.

We help families and survivors, get answers, find and identify their loved ones bodies, navigate the legal system, understand their organizing options, and fight for accountability.

Case Support

Community Defense (CD) organizes New Yorkers of color to co-create community safety alternatives towards a future without police. Current campaigns and programs include:

  1. Divesting from NYPD & investing in communities.

  2. How Many Stops Act

  3. Removing NYPD from Mental Health Response

  4. CopWatch

Community Defense


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Join our fundraising committee otherwise known as the Fund Team.


Email to learn more.

Support Racial Justice Organizing

The Justice Committee relies on our community members like you to make our work possible. Please support our work organizing to end police violence and systemic racism and build safe, healthy, powerful communities by clicking on one of the buttons to the right to donating online today. 

#ThisStopsToday Dec. 4th 2014 

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