Civilians For Peace
Organized by: Deandra Teague
Civilians for Peace was established in response to the overwhelming incidences of police brutality and abuse of power happening daily across the United States. The fundraising will help to reduce police brutality and civilian deaths, and also restore faith in the American clause "protect and serve". Civilians for Peace is an outcry of many local communities seeking to re-establish peace and safety in order to have life, liberty and happiness. The goal of Civilians for Peace is to educate and train civilians on how to regulate their own communities, addressing community related issues as such as hunger, poverty, and crime.
Civilians for Peace will utilize funds for the following activities:
1.To recruit members within urban communities to serve within their communities as Peace Agents.
2. To purchase or lease space for training and education purposes within the communities, centralizing support.
3. To hire a small staff of teachers to provide academic training in math, literacy, and history.
4. To educate and train civilians as peace agents and arbitrators and to promote the legal rights of all civilians.
5. To research and collect data on productivity and crime reduction.
6. To hire social service workers to support the emotional well-being of civilians within the community.
7. To provide wrap-around support for members within the community that address hunger, homelessness and poverty.
8. To purchase communications devices. (I.e.) Walkie Talkies, Landline Phones, Web Hosting, etc.
9. To establish and sustain community partnerships.
10. To help civilians mobilize resources within their own communities such as food and shelter to help other civilians in the community through funding community events.
11. To travel to other cities advertising the national movement for Civilians for Peace.
12. To establish 501(c)4 non-profit status as an official entity and change agency.