Free Our Brothers

"Campaign to stop modern day Slavery in Colorado, demanding equal rights to the Under Represented"

Make a Difference Now!

Help build the Campaign

Sign Our Petition

Please take a moment to sign our petition asking the President, local poiliticians, and national politicians to give equal rights to minorities held illegally

Spread The Word

Tell someone about the modern day slavery in Colorado. Send tweets and help spread the word. Follow us on Twitter and Like us on Facebook

Email Someone

Send an email to someone you know who can help! Become a change agent and help us fight this fight

Donate Funds

If you cant sign the petition, spread the word, or email someone please help our fight by donating to the legal fund. Every donation given helps us get one step closer to reaching our goal

Get Informed

Quick Facts...

The illegal imprisonment of Black African American men
By Ignoring civil rights and bypassing courts precedures in order to rail-road our brothers.
To help grow the business of mass incarceration of the African American man, packing prisons to increase funding for the prison systems.
Sign our petition, speak up & tell someone, contact political leaders, and get active.

Do you want to know more?

In two minutes you will find out how the Colorado State Prison system is bypassing citizens rights by denying them due process which is guaranteed under the U.S Constitution. Please spread the word! Being held illegally is slavery, period!

Campaign Objectives

The Release of Illegally Held Citizens

Colorado state prosecutors have been taking short cuts in order to pack the prisons with inmates by denying civil rights, handing out lengthy sentences, and bypassing state & national laws in order to maximize their conviction rates.

We want and demand that these citizens are realeased as they have been denied their civil rights and are being held illegally.

Anyone being held illegally is considered to be a slave according to the U.S Constitution.

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Petition, Raising Awareness, and Informing Our Leaders

We will push communities to become aware and fully understand the issue of slavery is still relevant in this modern day.

We will confront and challenge the racial bias in our laws, policing practices, prosecutorial discretion, adjudication and sentencing.

We will demand that criminal convictions will no longer be used to deny inmates their civil rights.

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Still to Come....

We will update this section when our victories start to pour in... believe!

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Featured Case - Omar Gent

See why others signed

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    Arielle James says:

    "To help free the wrongfully accused black men in Colorado "

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    Kierra Gent says:

    "Abolish modern day slavery"

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    CesarTerry says:

    "Because, "inequality/injustice anywhere is a threat to equality/justice everywhere.""

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    Sharon Scarr says:

    "sscarr54@aol.com"

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    Justin Hands says:

    "I have been incarcerated and currently communicate with over 40 people whom are currently incarcerated and know of the conditions of confinement."

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    Kathleen Hampton says:

    "This is an obvious and outrageous injustice!!! This young man should be set free and the powers-that-be in Colorado need to answer and atone for this!"

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    keshun thompson says:

    "Because im a black male and all the slavery business has really hurt society. Leaves me wondering if its not changed now when will it ever change. Just sucks that this is a cycle thats seemed to be getting passed down and continued in new ways."

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    bethania abreu says:

    "As an American History teacher I stand by the constitution and what it stood for when the Americans broke free from Britain and its king. I believe the legal system needs to follow and apply it not only for certain individuals but for all, and in this case there are missing pieces and unfortunately I don't see those rights happening for this young man."

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    Wayne Wright says:

    "Too many black men are wrongly convicted and herded into prisons like animals. "

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    Vanessa King-Johnson says:

    "My nephew is a undeserving victim of the Colorado system. It is outrageous!"

News Corner

Article feature: San Francisco Bay View Newspaper

 

January 23, 2014 | Colorado prisoner: ‘I am held in slavery’

I must expose this Colorado Jim Crow system in order to help others and to gain my freedom. [..] Read Full Article

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