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  • A Step Forward in Transparency: The Passage of NYC’s “How Many Stops Act”


    The passage of the “How Many Stops Act” by the New York City Council on Thursday marks important progress  in our ongoing fight for police accountability and the end of racial disparities in law enforcement. This is a necessary and important victory for NYC communities and the movement. Campaign Zero is proud to have been…

  • A Win for Fair Housing in California


    AB 1418, a groundbreaking California law, has put an end to punitive housing policies that once allowed local governments to force evictions based on calls to law enforcement or past convictions. Campaign Zero’s efforts around this legislation ensures fair treatment for all residents, preventing discrimination and protecting family unity.

  • A Major Leap Forward: California Outlaws “Excited Delirium” Diagnosis


    California has made a bold move to dismantle a harmful narrative often used to justify police brutality. By banning the use of “excited delirium” as a diagnosis, the state is leading the way in challenging misleading practices that obstruct justice. This law is a big win, but the journey for accountability continues.

  • Campaign Zero Wins Two Top Awards at 2nd Annual Anthem Awards


    Campaign Zero is thrilled to announce two of our campaigns have been honored at the 2nd Annual Anthem Awards.  Our Raise The Threshold and End All No Knocks advocacy campaigns were honored with the Gold Anthem and Silver Anthem, respectively, in the Non-Profit Campaign category.  Raise The Threshold is an effort devoted to ending low threshold…

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