Trayvon Martin Foundation — donate
In the first episode, we follow Sybrina Fulton, activist and mother of Trayvon Martin. Since the tragic death of her son, Fulton has started the Trayvon Martin Foundation to bring awareness to ending gun violence and police brutality. The organization encourages diverse audiences to educate themselves on ways to keep their loved ones safe and empowers them to become catalysts for social change.
Florida Rights Restoration Coalition — donate
In the second episode of “Can’t Just Preach,” Desmond Meade shares his story of overcoming incarceration to become a social justice activist. As President of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRRC) and State Director for Florida’s Live Free Campaign, Meade is on a mission to reduce mass incarceration, gun violence in urban communities, and re-enfranchise over 5 million returning citizens nationally who are prevented from voting.
Texas Civil Rights Project — donate
In the third episode of “Can’t Just Preach,” Efrén Olivares shows how he is making a difference Texas. As the Racial and Economic Justice Program Director for the Texas Civil Rights Project, Olivares and his team handle a variety of human rights and civil cases in state and federal courts in Texas. These cases include equal protection, disability rights, and freedom of speech claims. Olivares and the TCRP also partner with community organizations to raise awareness about constitutional rights and freedom from discrimination.
Mijente — donate
In the fourth episode of “Can’t Just Preach,” Isa Noyola gives us a glimpse into her fight as a translatina activist. A national leader in the LGBTQ immigrant rights movement and the deputy director at Mijente, Noyola works to fight against discrimination and violence against trans women of color. She also works extensively to end all deportations as well as the release of transgender women from ICE.
March For Our Lives — donate
In the final episode of “Can’t Just Preach,” Parkland survivor Jaclyn Corin shares her journey on the fight against gun violence. Since the tragic shooting, Corin has become a prominent advocate for gun control in the United States and has used her voice to empower people across the country to stand for gun regulation. As the Co-Founder of March For Our Lives, Corin has organized a movement that is saving lives and aiming to create a safer America.