Twitter and real-life activist Deray is expounding on his message via the web. The Baltimore native, who is famous for his 2.0 activism and call for equality and justice for African Americans in the wake of unjust police killings, is providing web-users with an interactive site to support his message, “we can live in a world where the police don’t kill people by limiting police interventions, improving community interactions, and ensuring accountability.”
The site rightfully titled Campaign Zero lets users access tools to do things like “Independently Investigate, End Broken Windows Policing, End For-Profit policing, and more. The site also has a info-graphic breaking down the 2016 Presidential candidate’s position on police brutality.
With the rise of activism online there has been a clear increase in real-life activism. Visit Campaign Zero for more on knowledge on police brutality and how you can change the climate of injustice in America.