Just Futures Law  defends and builds the power of immigrants’ rights and criminal justice activists, organizers, and base-building community groups working to disrupt and dismantle the U.S. deportation and mass incarceration systems. In partnership with grassroots groups and organizers, Just Futures Law believes attorneys must center the leadership and lived experience of organizers, activists, and base-building community groups, and serve the movement, rather than direct it.

This grant provides general support for Just Futures Law, including challenging invasive technological surveillance against Black and Brown communities at the local and national level, defending the rights of immigrant activists and organizers, and building legal advocacy and policy across the United States to dismantle the intersection of immigration and mass incarceration systems.