Indigenous Peoples Act

Aboriginal and Indigenous peoples and, in particular, the diversity of their identities, cultures, languages, customs, practices, rights, and legal traditions must not be infringed by those who conquered our ancestors and stole our land and identity.

Restorative Justice Act

Repair the harm done to victims and work to ensure that offenders take responsibility for their actions, understand the harm they have caused, give them an opportunity to redeem themselves, and discourage them from causing further harm. While crime hurts, justice will heal.

Slavery Abolition Act

Anyone who endorses or turns a blind eye to slavery will receive capital punishment. This includes state-endorsed slavery, human trafficking, and all forms of involuntary servitude.

Repeal Unconstitutional Legislation for Violating Article 1, Section 9, Clause 3

No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.

A bill of attainder is legislation that imposes punishment on a specific person or group of people without a judicial trial. The following legislation is unconstitutional.

1994 Crime Bill

Federal lawmakers were well aware of the racially disparate impact of mandatory minimum sentencing schemes and the death penalty, yet chose to double down on those policies and reject alternative proposals.

Controlled Substance Act

A cruel and/or arbitrary exercise of power that transformed the Act into the foundation of a draconian “War on Drugs” that disproportionately penalized black individuals for drug-related crimes, including stop-and-frisk searches, mandatory minimum jail sentencing for drug possession, and significantly harsher penalties for “crack” cocaine compared with powder cocaine.

Johnson Amendment

The Johnson Amendment is a provision in the U.S. tax code, since 1954, that prohibits all 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations from endorsing or opposing political candidates. Churches should be a 508(c)(1)(a) Faith Based Organization (FBO).

Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act

In 1970, Congress enacted the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO)' to dismantle the Mafia and other bodies of organized crime with great economic influence. The U.S. government expanded the scope of RICO to include gangs in the 1980’s.