We are a grassroots organization doing abolition work that would shift the moral tide of this world towards one that does not have or believe in police, prisons, jails or violence.


Black Lives Matter Georgia is working inside and outside of the system to heal the past, re-imagine the present, and invest in the future of Black lives through policy change, investment in our communities, and a commitment to arts and culture. We are also committed to nonviolent action across America.


Black Lives Matter Georgia imagines a world where Black people across the diaspora thrive, experience joy, and are not defined by their struggles. By achieving liberation, we envision a future that is fully divested from police, prisons, and all punishment paradigms to be replaced with investment into justice, joy, and culture.

“We are decolonizing philanthropy, We as part of a global movement are charged with disrupting traditional standards of what grant-making in philanthropy looks like. It means investing in black communities, trusting them with their dollars.”

We are continuing to evolve from an organization that was boxed into Black death, to what it means to celebrate the fullness of Black life. The things that we live for, and that keep us safe.

Black Lives Matter Justice Fund helps community groups on the front line of the crisis against police violence, who utilize legal advocacy to fight the racial profiling and misuse of force, have the resources they need to dismantle qualified immunity and hold police accountable for bad behavior in the courts.

Similar to previous social movement organizations, the Black Lives Matter movement (BLM) has faced a myriad of critiques today compared to the Civil Rights Movement, the achievement of Black Lives Matter, and Black essentialism. Some argue that Black Lives Matter is reaching for lofty goals that seem unattainable; protesting is noteworthy and strategic rather than a limitation.

We must also move from protest to active nonviolent movement. Our action cannot be a single-day event- it must be a commitment we make and act upon every day of our lives.

We know black people are far too readily denied decent education and employment, stopped and frisked, apprehended, incarcerated, criminalized, animalized, and killed.

Black Lives Matter movement has helped to advance understanding of Black dehumanization, change attitudes about racism in America and around the world, and thrust policing and criminal justice reform into the international spotlight.

Get in touch at info@blmgeorgia.org

Help support Black Lives Matter Georgia and make an even greater impact in communities. Black Lives Matter Georgia is a proud 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit EIN 85-1410909

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