From January 2009 to the end of September 2013 Chicago police killed 72 people and shot another 143, according to the “Independent Police Review Authority” (IPRA) [Note 1]. This violence was perpetrated against 197 African Americans and 33 Latinos[i]. Not a single police officer has been charged or disciplined for any of these crimes by the Police Board or the State’s Attorney.Read More
Like people throughout our country and the world we are shocked and outraged over the senseless, unwarranted and racially motivated murder of 17 year old Trayvon Martin. This was a case of racial profiling in the extreme.Read More
Unity + Struggle + Organization = Victory!
The Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression (CAARPR) was founded in 1973 as a local branch of the National Alliance, which grew out of the mass movement to Free Angela Davis and All Political Prisoners.
Stop Police Crimes and enact an elected Civilian Police Accountability Council
Prison Reform: End practices of physical and medical abuseof people in prison and support legislation that to end such practices.
Cases of Injustice: Secure freedom for all political prisoners and people wrongfully convicted.