Organizations We Support

The Beat the Streets Wrestling Program of Baltimore is committed to providing a positive environment that nurtures physical and mental development through wrestling, mentoring, and tutoring programs. Their goal is to develop a network of BTS programs throughout the Greater Baltimore area’s schools and communities. BTS-Baltimore will endeavor to display the values of Honor, Pride, Dignity, Discipline, Selfless-service, and Perseverance in their daily practice and strive to impart these values on the BTS student-athletes and associates.  With the support of family, community, and sponsorship, they hope to create a system that teaches positive life values through positive life lessons.


JustLeadershipUSA is dedicated to cutting the US prison population in half by 2030 while reducing crime. JLUSA empowers people most affected by incarceration to drive policy reform.
Mass incarceration is the most significant domestic threat to the fabric of our democracy. The reason for such high incarceration rates is not serious crimes but misguided policies such as mandatory minimums, three-strikes laws and reductions in the availability of parole and other early release mechanisms. Through targeted advocacy, strengthening leadership and membership support, JustLeadershipUSA believes a decarcerated America is possible.


The Urbanworld Film Festival is an initiative of the Urbanworld Foundation Inc., a nonprofit organization that endeavors to consistently manifest its mission of redefining and advancing the presence and impact of the multicultural community in cinema and cross-platform media. By implementing initiatives that actively support and develop content creators of color, Urbanworld significantly contributes to the evolution of the media and entertainment landscape and the diversity that it reflects. Gabrielle Glore serves as Festival Director & Head of Programming for Urbanworld. 



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The US government has no comprehensive record of the number of people killed by law enforcement. The Counted is a project by the Guardian – and you – working to count the number of people killed by police and other law enforcement agencies in the United States throughout 2015, to monitor their demographics and to tell the stories of how they died.


The #BlackLivesMatter movement continues to drive a national conversation about police accountability and racial justice in the U.S. Families of those impacted by racial profiling and police misconduct have turned to as a platform to tell their stories to hundreds of thousands of people and demand action on issues like policing reforms, accountability, and justice.


We're constantly striving to get on-board with more organizations with similar mission and beliefs as Liberated People. We have recently been in conversation with The Door, City Year and many other independent initiatives. 
If you're a charity, or know about some charity that aligns with our mission, or are working independently to strive for social justice in any capacity, please contact us to find opportunities to collaborate.

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