We Are Legal Shield


The League of United African American Citizens is a charitable organization that helps Black communities and minorities battle racism and oppression. It is common for these communities to face racial discrimination, police brutality, institutional racism, and abuse. Within the last four decades, more than 250,000 black people have been killed in the United States, mainly at the hand of people sworn to protect them. Less than 1 percent of the killers faced the charges.

The oppressed communities lack legal representation and support. With decades of facing discrimination, minorities have limited financial and social resources to fight legal battles. The League of United African American Citizens through Legal Shield ensures that Blacks and other minority groups get adequate legal support to fight for themselves. Our team provides access to top-notch lawyers and legal support to help minorities know their legal rights, access resources, and live safer lives. Through Legal Shield, We offer assistance on legal matters, such as criminal law, family law, and immigration.

The League of United African American Citizens through Legal Shield provides a wide range of legal services and guidance on education, employment, housing, human rights, government assistance, and more. Legal Shield also consults on various issues, including criminal law, family law, and immigration to empower the American minorities to fight for their rights rather than submitting to tyranny.

We are here to ensure that our black communities don’t fall victim to society’s prejudiced forces. We need your support so we can continue empowering our minorities. Let’s join hands and promise to give everyone an equal right to representation and help people understand their rights. Our team is looking forward to your contribution!

Statistics on Racial Inequality
in the United States

  • 81%
    Black Men

    8 in 10 Black men with at least some college experience reported facing racial discrimination.

  • 33
    Black Children

    1 in 3 Black children live below the poverty line.

  • 38
    Black Women

    Are paid less than white men and 21% less than white women.

  • 3X
    Black People

    Are more likely to be killed by the police than white people.

  • 98.3%
    Police Killings

    From 2013-2020, 98.3% of police killings of Blacks have not resulted in officers being convicted.

Join Us Against the Inequality!

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.

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