RACIAL JUSTICE 

ACTION CENTER

TRANSFORMATIVE ORGANIZING
& GRASSROOTS LEADERSHIP FOR REAL POLITICAL POWER

Our organizing project for women impacted by the criminal justice system that works to educate, heal and empower ourselves, one another and our communities to demand justice, dignity and liberation for all.

SNaPCo is a Black trans and queer led collaborative that builds the power of our people to wage and win campaigns that force systematic divestment from the Prison Industrial Complex and investment in the services and supports that make our people and communities thrive.

Our campaign, led with Women on the Rise, to close the city's "extra" jail, repurpose it into a Center for Wellness & Freedom, and reallocate $32.5 million dollars into services our communities need.

We are building the leadership of women, trans, queer, and gender non-conforming people of color in Atlanta to fight for  - and win - an end to the criminalization of our communities and political and social transformation in Atlanta, Georgia.  

 
 
(404) 458-6904
THE BLUE HOUSE

2861 E. Point St.

East Point, GA 30344

THE BRICK HOUSE

(next door)

2856 E. Point St.

East Point, GA 30344

*Also home to LaGender , Inc. and Trans(forming)

Racial Justice Action Center engages in transformative organizing to build the grassroots leadership, power, and capacity of marginalized communities to win political, economic, and social transformation in the Atlanta Metro Area. We support & incubate our grassroots projects, Women on the Rise and the Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative, & co-lead the Communities Over Cages: Close the Jail ATL Campaign. RJAC is a fiscally-sponsored project of 501c3 Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs, EIN 95-4116679.