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    The Justice 4 Jesse Sarey campaign was assembled by Forced Trajectory Project in early 2021 to provide support to the family-led initiative to achieve justice for Jesse Sarey, the third murder victim of Auburn Officer Jeff Nelson. The trial has been continuously delayed and is set to resume on December 8th, 2022. The Justice 4 Jesse Sarey campaign website is currently being re-tooled and will launch soon. Please get involved/stay involved and email us at forcedtrajectory@gmail.com to join the coalition to support.   

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    Check out our online art exhibit .

    In the summer of 2020, the Forced Trajectory Project worked with Families United 4 Justice Las Vegas to generate forty demands for the Nevada State legislature in regards to transforming policing in the interest of public safety, truth, and justice. You can download a list of the demands by clicking on the button above.

    This video was produced to highlight families impacted by police violence, especially those in Las Vegas. It was first aired for the Mass Liberation Project's Power of Justice 2: Balancing the Bench event on October 20, 2020, and then aired again for October 22nd Coalition's 25th National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation, on October 22, 2020.


    Nina Fechner "Strange Fruit"

    Song by Abel Meeropol

    Musical Interpretation by Bananasvsthepeople

    Forced Trajectory Project Directors: Nissa Tzun & Oja Vincent


    All archival photos and footage used with permission from the families.


    Featuring Families United 4 Justice Las Vegas Members and Stolen Lives:

    Nasha Myart & Nina Fechner, Aunts of Sacramento police homicide victim Stephon Clark

    Trinita Farmer, Mother of Las Vegas Metropolitan police homicide victim Tashii Brown

    Petra Wilson, Widow of Las Vegas Metropolitan police homicide victim Rex Wilson

    Alma Chavez, Mother of Las Vegas Metropolitan police homicide victim Rafael Olivas

    Teena Acree, Niece of Las Vegas Metropolitan police homicide victim Byron Williams

    The family of Las Vegas Metropolitan police homicide victim Jorge Gomez



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    Remember Their Voices is a New York-based non-profit organization dedicated to addressing injustices against BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) and those in marginalized communities, with a primary focus on cases of police violence. RTV identifies victims of police violence and highlights their stories in media to ensure their voices are never forgotten, assists their families through fundraisers geared towards their immediate needs, raises awareness around BIPOC history and discourse relating to social movements, and provides informational resources.

    Remember Their Voices also partners with organizations to address other inequalities existing in other facets of society; for example, in healthcare. RTV began with a focus on localities in the United States and works towards spreading its reach to a global audience, where we can spark discussion and informed awareness around ongoing injustices worldwide.


    Remember Their Voices is a partner of the Forced Trajectory Project. https://www.instagram.com/remembertheirvoices

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    Resist is a foundation that supports people’s movements for justice and liberation. We redistribute resources back to frontline communities at the forefront of change while amplifying their stories of building a better world.


    Forced Trajectory Project has been a recipient of the Resist General Support Grant since 2018.


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    Beloved Communities Network

    & Movement Strategies Center

    The Beloved Communities Network (BCN) is a continuation of the years of work and wisdom that went into building the Transitions Initiative. As we continue on this journey of transitioning to a world of love, interdependence, and resilience, the Beloved Communities Network will build from the foundation that has been laid, while also strengthening, reinforcing, and designing new ways to leap into the world we imagine.  


    FTP is an incubated project with BCN, a partner of Movement Strategies Center.