District attorneys are among the most powerful local elected officials in the U.S. These officials have broad discretion to either reinforce or reform structural racism within our criminal justice system.
Real Justice works to elect reform-minded prosecutors at the county and municipal level who are committed to using the powers of their office to fight structural racism and defend our communities from abuse by state power.
There are 2,400 prosecutors nationwide. This effort is going to take four things: energized people, organized people, a master plan, and a whole lot of money. That's why we're relying on monthly donations from grassroots contributors like you.