A multi-racial, grassroots organization.

The Racial Justice Network (RJN) is a multi-racial, grassroots organization, committed to fighting for racial justice and building bridges across racial, social, and economic lines.

04/14/21 Urgent Call to Action Re: Justice for #DaunteWright

1. Contact Brooklyn Center Mayor, Mike Elliott, to demand that he fire Kim Potter and decline to accept her resignation.

Phone: 763-569-3300 (Press 6)

2. Contact Washington County Attorney, Pete Orput, and demand that he file murder and manslaughter charges against Kim Potter, immediately.

3. In the alternative, demand that Governor Walz appoint the Attorney General (or a special prosecutor) to oversee the case.

Minnesota Relay: 800-627-3529
Written Message: mn.gov/governor/contact/


Local, independent reporting from Black journalists and people who are grounded in telling the truth about Racial Justice in the Twin Cities.

Georgia Fort

Georgia Fort is a two-time Emmy nominated journalist and published on CNN, ABC, NBC, Fox and CBS affiliates. Her mission as a storyteller is to change the narrative by amplifying truth, siting diverse sources and contextualizing social justice issues.

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Listen! Media Ent.

Listen! Media Ent. by KingDemetrius Pendleton is onsite giving the community a voice not often covered by mainstream media.

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Unicorn Riot

Unicorn Riot is a decentralized, educational 501(c)(3) non-profit media organization. Their work is dedicated to exposing root causes of dynamic social and environmental issues and amplifying stories.

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2020 Year in Service recap.

From leading and supporting direct actions in calls for change to filling in the gaps of community and family support needed during pandemic. Here’s how your contributions aided in necessary support for community members and families.


Pounds of groceries distributed to Twin Cities families in need during COVID-19.


Masks distributed to the community.


Toys, 500 T-Shirts, 110 Target gift cards into the hands of community members and families during the December holiday event.


Books by Black authors and illustrators given to over 800 families.

Economic Justice Committee

Reparations, community fundraising, crisis support.

Criminal Justice Reform Committee

Police brutality & injustice, policy reform, community safety.

Education Justice Committee

School equity and education accessibility, community engagement.

Areas of Focus

Each committee activates in different ways to achieve goals.


Outreach and relief for crisis response and current needs of community members.


Community support and reparation-based justice through events and galas.


Community and individual activation for justice.

Organizing in collaboration with–

Donate directly to RJN to contribute to ongoing community support, crisis response, and reparations efforts.