The FREED Peoples seeks to actively build political power and bring communities of color to the political decision making table. Our network is working on a range of public policy issues that impact our Michigan community, including social, racial and environmental injustices as they affect education, health, housing, social services and basic human rights.
The organization is a collaborative of grassroots individuals helping to enhance BIPOC electoral goals through education, and advocacy, ensuring that the Michigan government and candidates work for our communities.
The FREED Peoples has a connected PAC to support screened and vetted candidates for local, state, and eventually federal governmental offices who reflect the values, interests, and intersectional priorities of the Black, Indigenous, Latinx, communities of color in Michigan.
FUND THE FREED FOR THE FUTURE
The FREED Peoples offers members and volunteers the opportunity to explore many of intersections around the issues and activities involving political action and race.
We're calling out to those who believe voices of the disadvantaged should be heard throughout all levels
Join local activists and organizers as we focus on educating legislators and communities about public policy, Race, and money in politics.
As low as $5 a month (or a onetime payment of $50) you can help us elect officials that will fight for the interest of the people, not corporations.
Share our mission to amplify BIPOC communities and together we can build a movement!
Your contribution will help us build power and fight against corporate interests in our politics.
When the community contributes, we demonstrate our collective power to elected officials and send a message.
Become a Member
For $5 a month
( or a one time payment of $50 a year)
You can become a community member and help fund the FREED Peoples TODAY!
Help The FREED Peoples build power and support candidates who reflect the values and intersectional priorities of the Black, Indigenous, Latino/a/x, communities of color in Michigan