Though generations of civil rights activism have led to important gains in legal, political, social, employment, educational, and other spheres, our country has yet to break free from systems of racial injustice.

From our public schools where students of color are often under-resourced and over-policed, to our criminal legal system that disproportionately targets and incarcerates people of color, to the starkly segregated world of housing, there is more work to be done to achieve real and sustainable progress toward racial justice.

The work of our Justice for All Project focuses on reforming systems of inequity and racism by ensuring fair and effective policing, ending over-incarceration, and ensuring a fair justice system for everyone.