Anti Police-Terror Project - Empowering Communities

Mar 5, 2019


Welcome to the Anti Police-Terror Project, an initiative led by La Historia Society. Our organization is dedicated to empowering communities and creating a safer and more just society. Through various programs and initiatives, we work tirelessly to address issues related to police terror and promote community resilience.

Our Mission

At the Anti Police-Terror Project, our mission is to challenge and dismantle state-sanctioned violence and institutionalized oppression through education, advocacy, and community-based interventions. We recognize the need to address systemic biases, promote accountability, and advocate for policy changes that prioritize the safety and well-being of all individuals within our communities.

Our Work

We engage in a wide range of activities to achieve our mission:

1. Community Organizing

Through grassroots efforts, we organize and mobilize community members to address issues related to police terror. Our focus is on empowering marginalized communities, amplifying their voices, and fostering a sense of solidarity to effect meaningful change.

2. Education and Awareness

Education plays a vital role in challenging existing power structures. We conduct workshops, training sessions, and public awareness campaigns to educate individuals about their rights, engage them in critical dialogue, and promote a deeper understanding of the history and impact of police terror. By promoting awareness, we aim to empower individuals to advocate for justice.

3. Police Accountability

Accountability is a key aspect of our work. We monitor police activities, document instances of police aggression, and support individuals who have experienced injustice at the hands of law enforcement. Through legal advocacy and community support, we strive to hold law enforcement agencies accountable for their actions and push for systemic reforms to prevent future abuse.

4. Support for Impacted Communities

We provide critical support and resources to individuals and communities impacted by police terror. This includes legal aid, mental health services, community-led initiatives, and access to resources that promote overall well-being. By nurturing and supporting impacted communities, we aim to strengthen their resilience and empower individuals to reclaim power over their lives.

Our Impact

Through our unwavering commitment to social justice, the Anti Police-Terror Project has made a significant impact:

1. Policy Changes

Our advocacy efforts have contributed to important policy changes at the local, state, and federal levels. By pushing for reforms, we aim to dismantle systemic biases and create more equitable and just systems of governance.

2. Community Empowerment

We empower marginalized communities by providing them with the tools, resources, and support necessary to combat police terror. By building partnerships, fostering dialogue, and creating networks of solidarity, we promote community empowerment from within.

3. Collaboration and Alliance Building

We believe in the power of collective action. Through collaboration with like-minded organizations, community groups, and activists, we work together to challenge oppressive systems and advocate for positive change. Together, we stand stronger.

4. Grassroots Engagement

Through our community organizing efforts, we engage with individuals on a grassroots level. By building relationships, understanding unique challenges, and amplifying community voices, we ensure that our work is grounded in the lived experiences and aspirations of the people we strive to serve.

Join Us in Our Mission

If you are passionate about social justice, community empowerment, and challenging the status quo, we invite you to join us in our mission. Together, we can create a society that is free from police terror and prioritizes the well-being of all individuals, regardless of their background or identity.

Visit the La Historia Society website to learn more about our work, initiatives, and upcoming events.

Brian Bollard
This organization is doing important work to support communities and address issues of police terror.
Nov 8, 2023