Petition to American Bar Association
Commit 2 Inclusion
We the undersigned members of the legal education community wish to publicly acknowledge our commitment to the rule of law and the principles of the American Bar Association’s Resolution 113. That guiding Resolution urges all providers in the legal profession, including law firms and corporations, to attract and retain the talent of diverse attorneys. We hold diversity and inclusion to be core values of legal education, as greater diversity in law schools with truly inclusive education results in a deeper, richer, and more supportive experience for all students, and for the law school community at large. Moreover, a commitment to diversity and inclusion at the law school level is critical to the success of the legal profession; law schools must ensure that lawyers have the knowledge, skills and perspectives necessary to robustly represent all their clients in our diverse society. We further recognize that the rise of hate groups in our society and in our judicial system is a direct threat to diversity, inclusion, and equality at large. Hate groups are defined by the FBI as those whose primary purpose is to promote animosity, hostility, and malice against persons of or with a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or gender identity which differs from that of the group’s members or the organization. As law students, law professors and administrators, and law school groups working to uphold the rule of law and promote access to justice for all, we believe that hate groups hurt our collective efforts to foster a diverse workplace and more inclusive society. We recognize that the ramifications of hate affect us all. We commit to working toward a more equitable future led by legal professionals committed to the U.S. Constitution, its Bill of Rights, and its rule of law. Join us today and Commit 2 Inclusion! Learn more at www.lgbtbar.org/commit
Petition to Jeff Sessions
Dismantle and Outlaw the KKK
Let's dismantle and outlaw the KKK in America, for good! The KKK is the most violent domestic terrorist group in America. Since it's secondary conception in 1921 this group has been responsible for over 4,000 murders of American men, women and children. This is not to mention murders that weren't counted and murders by unofficial KKK sympathizers. Over the past 15 years there has been a rapid growth in the number of participants, supporters and sympathizers of the terrorist group. It is time that we finally dismantle and outlaw this group that brought so much violence and pain to this country. We want the KKK to be dismantled and outlawed. Association with this group should be prohibited by law, anyone bearing associations with this group should be watched as terrorist by law enforcement and anyone committing crimes associated with this group should be prosecuted AS TERRORIST to the fullest extent of the law. It is time to take action against this organization! No more fear, no more violence and no more death. It's time to dismantle and outlaw the KKK, for good!
Petition to Nancy Pelosi, California State Senate, Jerry Brown, U.S National Park Services
Revoke the permit for "Patriot Prayer" Rally at Crissy Field SF Aug 26th
Revoke the permit granted for "patriot prayer" alt-right gathering at Crissy Field in SF on August 26th 2017. This country has enough problems to deal with, we don't need to condone hatespeech and riots, and we certainly need to stand together against racism and for free speech. However, this event will provoke violence and has already prompted an opposing rally. Much like the situation in Charlottesville. There are major concerns and no guarantees that these protests can be kept apart. Revoke the permits for these rallies and avoid the clash and violence. Keep people safe, we owe it to eachother.
Petition to President of the United States, Mitch McConnell
Stop the Democrats that incite violence with KKK, Antifa & Hate groups against Republicans
We as Republicans live in fear everyday with these hate groups of Antifa, BLM & far left erratic Democrats just by using our freedom of speech. We are offended to be called a racist, bigot, homophobic or islamophobic. We the American Patriots are not allow to peacefully Assemble even with a permit without being attacked. We are offended that our civil rights are being taken away by the Democrats. We are the American citizens, American Patriots of the United States. These groups of hate violent rioters are infringing upon our rights underneath the Constitution of the United States Amendments. We asked that these hate groups are stopped & jailed for these crimes. We demand that they are deemed local terrorist groups within the United States. We cannot as a society live our lives in fear. We the American people voted for change, voted for our rights. We the American people voted for Donald Trump to be our President. We "Pray" & demand that the Mayors of these cities are forced to protect us by the Police. That they are held responsible & are liable from all harm brought against us. "We" are the body of America.