Racial injustice in the United States dates back to the beginning of times. The Black people face racial discrimination, police brutality, emotional, physical, psychological violence, systemic racism, and the list goes on. The League of United African American Citizens is a non-profit organization that caters to the plunged Black communities of the country, empowering them to fight racism one day at a time.
Unfortunately, centuries of racism is now deep-rooted in our minds, and we might not fight it as aggressively as we should. Our goal is to educate the Black community to stand up for their rights and defeat the racists. The League of United African American Citizens stands in solidarity with our oppressed Black brothers and sisters. We are working tirelessly for over a decade, helping Black communities deal with socio-economic problems.
With your help, we make sure that no Black family sleeps with an empty stomach. We proudly serve impoverished Black neighborhoods, providing them with food, shelter, clothing, and education.Learn more
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Hip hop star Tupac Shakur dies on September 13, 1996 of gunshot wounds suffered in a Las Vegas drive-by shooting.
The story of Shakur’s death on September 13, 1996, begins with a failed attempt on his life two years earlier. On November 30, 1994, Tupac Shakur was shot and seriously wounded during a robbery committed by two armed men in the lobby of a midtown Manhattan office building that housed a recording studio where he’d been working on his third album, Me Against the World (1995). For reasons that have been detailed obsessively in works such as Nick Broomfield’s 2002 documentary Biggie and Tupac, Shakur blamed the attack on producer Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs and rival rapper Christopher Wallace—a.k.a. “The Notorious B.I.G.” Shakur’s charges, and his subsequent move to the L.A.-based record label Death Row Records, sparked the so-called “East Coast vs. West Coast” feud that defined the hip-hop scene through the mid-1990s.
The League of United African American Citizens caters to the impoverished Black communities in the
United States, helping them with food, clothing, shelter, and education. Your support
would bring back smiles to the Black families. Let’s create a safer and inclusive future for
our generations to come!
Your little contribution will help us serve the Black community in fighting for their fundamental rights and giving them necessities such as food, clothing, shelter, and education. Join us as we rise against Black injustice.
8 in 10 Black men with at least some college experience reported facing racial discrimination.
1 in 3 Black children live below the poverty line.
Are paid less than white men and 21% less than white women.
Are more likely to be killed by the police than white people.
From 2013-2020, 98.3% of police killings of Blacks have not resulted in officers being convicted.
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