Stem the Tide of Police Violence
Police killed more people in 2022 than any of the ten years prior. Why?
Via a podcast show and streaming series, we're taking an unflinching look into these true stories - interviewing family members of the victims, experts, lawmakers, law enforcers, and more - to share with you the systemic elements leading to citizen deaths. But we need YOUR help to cover the considerable costs. These projects are produced by 1C Produtions, Inc. in coordination with Sisters of the Movement. The founder of 1C is best-selling author and producer Rebeca Seitz. The founder of Sisters of the Movement is Allisa Charles-Findley, whose brother Botham Jean was murdered by a Dallas police officer on September 6, 2018.
Wondering how much to give? Here are some ideas:
Only 1.9% of officers who shoot someone are charged with a crime. By investigating the stories, we seek to learn why legal accountability appears to be so low for officers who end lives. This level supports that research effort.
The common police code for a homicide is 187. This level of support helps us research the circumstances that led to a police officer ending a life, and share that story with the public so that it can make fully-informed judgments about each individual’s actions.
This level of donation honors the victims of police violence as it represents one dollar for each person killed by Blue hands in 2022.
This level of donation supports the research, writing, and production of podcast episodes as well as development work on the streaming series.
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