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Campaign Justice last won the day on December 14 2020

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  1. Thanks. We obviously see what we are doing as something positive; especially for family members of victims still seeking justice. There is nothing worse that feeling as if the world has moved on while you're still fighting to get justice. This serves as an encyclopedia and reminder of systemic issues with police and the African-American community.
  2. That's why we included the extensive list of social justice organizations so people can get involved and do something.
  3. I don't think so. It seems to be just Audible according to the thread.
  4. There is an ongoing thread on kboards about ACX stealing from authors with their return policy on audiobooks. Apparently they promote heavily to their members on Audible that they can exchange book purchases up to a year after purchase. In doing so, ACX would take the royalty away from the author and not give an accounting to the author how often this was done. Starting in January, ACX has agreed to only do this for 7 days after purchase; which is still not good as someone could listen to the audiobook and return by then. They are doing this in order to keep and expand their monthly membership fees at the expense of the authors. I have 3 audiobooks on Audible (under another name); with the most popular ones having 2-3 years left before I can remove them. I will be publishing my next one elsewhere.
  5. You should offer free copies if you are looking for reviews.
  6. SAY THEIR NAMES: 101 UNARMED BLACK WOMEN, MEN & CHILDREN KILLED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT New Book Chronicles History of Police Slayings From 1920-2020 [Dateline: LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, December 14, 2020] Why is a statement about lives having value, controversial? As SNL's Michael Che stated in his standup, "Black Lives Matter. Just Matter.” “Say Their Names: 101 Unarmed Black Women, Men and Children Killed By Law Enforcement” is a newly released book which documents the stories of some who have lost they lives to police violence. George Floyd's murder was as shocking as it was common. In fact, there is an entire museum in Montgomery, Alabama, dedicated to 4,400 lynching victims. But, the sad truth is, 4,400 were only the known ones. And, if you look into the statistics, many of the lynchings were perpetrated by, or sanctioned by law enforcement. This compilation of lost lives is more of an encyclopedia and serves as a record for the 101 deaths of unarmed people of color attributed to law enforcement. From Tamir Rice to Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Aubrey to James Earl Chaney; many you have heard about, and many you have not. (Note, this is not a complete record.) We document who they were as people, the details surrounding their deaths, as well as if there were any arrests or convictions of officers involved. The book is dedicated to their families, as well as whistle-blower officers who stood up against systemic racism. (We have also include links to over 200 social justice organizations). This books is available December 15, 2020 on am*zon, Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, Kobo and Google Play. (Links can be found on our website). Campaign Justice is a newly formed organization by an established author and non-profit founder, whose mission is to promote social advocacy and justice projects for marginalized communities. CampaignJustice.org
  7. Your post is quite lengthy and many may not attempt to read it all. But I have to say, why not us? Obama gave reparations to the Native Americans (4.5 billion) while in office. America gave reparations to the Japanese. The Germans gave reparations to the Jewish community.
  8. I thought this would be a good thread to post in this category as the killing of black people is all about race. Our book is releasing December 15. It is more of an encyclopedia and not a complete record (unfortunately). It does include over 200 social justice organizations listed, as well as the history of policing in America. It's available on all platforms.
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