The Stolen Lives Project is a joint project of the Anthony Baez Foundation, the National Lawyers Guild, and October 22 Coalition to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation.

The mission of the Stolen Lives Project is to assemble a national list of people killed by law enforcement agents from 1990 to the present. Through grassroots efforts, over 2000 cases were documented in the second edition of the Stolen Lives book, which was published in 1999. Although just the tip of the iceberg, these 2000+ are evidence of a horrifying national epidemic of police brutality. The victims of police violence were part of our society, but rarely are their lives or names publicized, or the real circumstances surrounding their deaths investigated and made known. The Stolen Lives Project aims to restore some dignity to the lives lost. Though their lives have been stolen from us, we will not allow them to be forgotten.

Interested in working on and/or contributing to the Stolen Lives Project? See the Call for Volunteers.

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Contact the Stolen Lives Project via the October 22 Coalition:
Address: P.O. Box 2627, New York, NY 10009
To donate, write tax-deductible checks out to "IFCO/October 22" and write "SLP" in the memo section.

Page updated 21 October 2014
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