Our society is founded on the idea of fairness and equality. Under the law, every person in the United States of America has the right to equal and fair treatment, independent of their gender, race, sexual orientation, age, religious beliefs, or any other personal characteristic.

Truly equal and fair societies are more likely to be prosperous and harmonious ones. Failure to tackle discrimination and to provide equal opportunities hurts individuals and families, negatively impacts our society, and costs the economy.

That is why we stand up and decided to do something about it and help the black community in its fight against police brutality. A crucial part of society is to protest and stand up when wrongdoings keep occurring as we see now. We believe this is a battle for justice and are willing to give a percentage of the profit to the arrested protesters/lawyers/... who have been wronged or also help in this combat. 

Are you willing to help us in this fight?


Public value organizations have a key role to play. The most obvious of these are Human Rights Commissioners, ombudsmen, courts, judges, and elected bodies. These provide communities with the peace of mind that there is someone monitoring and enforcing our basic values of equality and fairness in all parts of our society. It is only by helping the protest and fighting in the courtrooms that we can make a permanent change in our society!