BLACK PACT is a non-partisan political organization, dedicated to creating a social contract among Black American Descendants of Slavery (DOS) to be politically, economically, and socially responsible for one another's interests as a cultural collective.
We make a pact to organize the masses of our people and allies to push a political agenda that not only represent the members of our organization but to combat proposed policies that adversely affect our communities.
We are driven by a single goal; to push a political agenda that addresses the specific ills forced into our communities through racism, slavery, the reconstruction era, Jim Crow, redlining, and the prison industrial complex.
Our decision-making process is informed by comprehensive empirical studies and high-quality data evaluations, member surveys, and actions that extract white supremacy from our communities. We strive to make a positive impact on all of our pursuits.
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WHAT WE DO
With our mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with our hereditary challenges. Sign up to be a member so you may take our Black Agenda Survey.
Place your input on the political agenda that is geared toward preparing our children and their children for tomorrow. Our list of issues is forever growing.
First and foremost the Living While Black Protection Act. Is a policy we are pushing to hold killer cops and BBQ Beckies accountable when they hurt and harass members of our community.
Much more of our agenda will be based solely on the information gained through our Black Agenda Survey.
Become a member today to contribute.
At BLACK PACT, we are dedicated to organizing our communities to push the efforts that address the deficit of resources in our neighborhoods. By no means an easy feat, but through cooperation and community empowerment and organization we can facilitate progress among those that share our lineage. We are striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.
Living While Black Protection Act
Our Blackness should not be considered a crime or "perceived" as a threat.
Since the FBI determined white supremacist have infiltrated law enforcement, this bill will regulate the procedure of police shootings against Black citizens and demand they're investigated as a hate crime.
Citizens who call police on Black people who are not committing a crime could face up to a year in county jail/excessively fined or both.
We will abstain our vote from ALL electoral candidates who refuses to add this act or a similar policy (agreed upon by members of Black Pact) to their political agenda.