Petition to TikTok, social media
Ban OnlyJayus from TikTok
OnlyJayus (aka Isabella Avila) needs to be banned from TikTok. They have been caught and called out multiple times for mistreating disabled creators and creators of color. In February of 2021, Jayus was caught in a scandal due to some racist remarks by Jayus being revealed. Jayus apologized by stating they would "lift black voices" and "share their platform with creators of color", but has failed to hold up on any of their promises. Many creators have come together to get OnlyJayus off the app as they have been outed for ignoring emails and messages from content creators of color to do collaborations with them to help rectify the situation. Their problematic issues have also branched out to them making a joke about robbing disabled people and hosting rigged giveaways. Recently, it has since come out that Jayus contacted a ghost writer to write their initial apology for them which has been taken down from their original page. Isabella has a following of 13.5 million followers on TikTok that see videos like this. Please sign the petition to help get OnlyJayus off this app and make it safer for all creators.
Petition to Apple, Mark Zuckerberg, Maxine Waters, Dwight Evans, Google, Inc, Twitter, Inc, Jack Dorsey
It may seem trivial . . . But Where's the Emoji for the Black Liberation Flag?
The Black Liberation flag has been around since 1920 when it was designed by Black Nationalist/Pan-Africanist Marcus Garvey. In explaining the symbolism of the colors, he said: "Red is the color of the blood which men must shed for their redemption and liberty; Black is the color of the noble and distinguished race to which we belong; Green is the color of the luxuriant vegetation of our Motherland." It has long been used as the banner for Black Nationalist movements from The New Republic of New Afrika in the 1960s to Black Lives Matter in the 2000s. It has been flown on Black celebrated holidays from Juneteenth to Kwanzaa. It has even been incorporated into the flags of countries such as Kenya and Malawi. And yet while Apple has created a flag emoji for almost every country in the world, and for movements like Gay Pride (2016) and Transgender Pride (2020), it's never seen fit to create an emoji for a flag that means so much to such a significant number of people around the world. Today -- June 19, 2021 -- is the first time Juneteenth is being celebrated as a federal holiday -- a nationwide recognition of the day that has been a long time coming. I choose this day to ask you to sign a petition asking Apple to create an emoji that we can send out on this day -- and every day, every time -- our Black sisters and brothers, and our allies want to wave our flag in celebration or in demand of recognition.
Petition to Los Angeles District Attorney's Office
Free Q Ball's Allan "Black" McIntosh A Victim Of The Three-Strike-Law
On behalf of Allan “Black” McIntosh, we strongly urge the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office to request resentencing for Mr. McIntosh, who is serving a 25-year to life sentence under the Three Strikes Law for possession of a firearm by a felon. On October 29, 1998, two Long Beach bicycle patrol officers stopped Black because he was riding a bicycle without a light and had been outside the crosswalk when crossing a street. Following that stop, Black pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm by a felon, and admitted he suffered two prior “strike” convictions for serious or violent felonies. Black received 25-years to life imprisonment. He has been in prison 22-years. If not for the Three Strikes Law, the maximum sentence Black could face for possession of a firearm by a felon is three years in prison. If added together, the maximum of all three of Black’s Strikes is 12 years in prison. Legally, McIntosh’s third strike is a nonviolent offense, yet the California Court of Appeals ruled that McIntosh was ineligible for parole under Proposition 36. As told in Kevin Durant’s, Q Ball, Black has a love for basketball and has used it as one of many means to rehabilitate and better himself. In his 22 years of incarceration, Black has rehabilitated himself through countless hours of participating in programming, self-help courses, and personal growth outside of programming. One of McIntosh’s favorite books is Paulo Coelho's, The Alchemist, a story of a man on a journey to find his personal legend. Black’s dedication to his reformation and example as a model inmate reflect that granting resentencing is in the interest of justice. Considering Black’s rehabilitation, time spent as a model inmate and time served as a nonviolent offender, we respectfully urge the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office to immediately grant Black’s request for resentencing in the interest of justice. How to Support Black: Sign & Share the Petition! Send a Letter of Support for Black to the LA District Attorney's Office Visit unitethepeople.org to sign a letter template that we will send on your behalf. How to Support Unite the People, Inc.: Make a donation to our Non-profit organization, Unite the People. unitethepeople.org/donate
Petition to Donald J. Trump, Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations), Joseph R. Biden
Remove Jeremiah from the internet or enforce on him the death penalty.
Jeremiah DImperio ie. BoneCrusher02 is notorious for hate-speech and his use of slurs against impoverished starving children, often bullying starving African orphans on Valorant asking for them to "Have their mom make them a sandwich," such behavior demands at LEAST him to be removed from the internet but more fitting would be capital punishment in the form of lethal injection.
Petition to Department of Justice, Nicole Wilson, United States Department of Health and Human Services
Reopen the case of Mr. Samuel Celestin Senseless Death by Ocoee Police
We the people are extremely exhausted mentally, emotionally and physically due to depraved indifference and police brutality against the mentally ill, and in this case the deceased is once again a Black Haitian American male. Mr. Jean "Sam" Celestin was in crisis when according to his mother's statement: "told officers Celestin had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, paranoia, Bipolar disorder and anxiety, and previously had been involuntarily committed for treatment. #justice4samuelcelestin Black Man tased to death, during mental health crisis