We are an alliance of over a dozen grassroots community organizations from across the city committed to ending the unfair criminalization of poor communities of color by Broken Windows policing. Our partners include:
ANSWER Coalition is an anti-war social justice group that fights against war and racism and is based in Harlem.
The Association for Pro Inmate's Rights Nieta is an organization founded by the formerly incarcerated to advocate for prisoner's rights and against inmate abuse.
The Black Alliance for Just Immigration is a Brooklyn-based organization that organizes African-American and black immigrant communities towards racial, social and economic justice.
Brite Leadership Coalition - East New York is a Brooklyn-based community group dedicated to community building and civic engagement.
BUSK NY is organization founded by subway artists and performers to organize around the rights of performers in public spaces.
El Grito de Sunset Park is a Brooklyn-based community watchdog group that documents police misconduct and fights for tenant's rights.
Families for Freedom is a multi-ethnic human rights organization that fights for the rights of families facing deportations.
Parents Against Police Brutality is an group made up of parents who've lost their children to police brutality and violence.
The Police Reform Organizing Project is reform advocacy group that collects petitions and monitors the criminal court system to advocate against racially disparate police and criminal justice practices.
Queens Neighborhoods United is Queens-based community group that fights for immigrant rights, local businesses and against displacement and gentrification of vulnerable communities.
Why Accountability is a Bronx-based black female-led grassroots police watchdog group that organizes around police accountability.
Coalition to End Broken Windows Brochure