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Belinda Parker-Brown, CEO

Louisiana United International, Inc. 

 

 

Fight COVID-19 Death Chambers:

Slidell, Louisiana. - Aug. 3, 2020 - PRLog — An international nonprofit advocate is spotlighting the State of Louisiana — America's "Incarceration Capital" — in warning that African Americans are at risk of genocide due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on incarcerated populations. Belinda Parker-Brown, Co-founder and CEO of Louisiana United International, Inc. (LUI), contends that most people incarcerated during the pandemic are enduring cruel and unusual punishment, including large populations of African Americans.

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Sweet Victory!

 

We are vindicated

by the U.S. Supreme Court in

Ramos v. Louisiana

 

 

Ramos’ felony conviction by a nonunanimous jury is unconstitutional.

 

April 20, 2020

 

Learn More About LUI'S

 

Unanimous Is Not Enough Campaign

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​​Call us:

(985) 503-0626

​Find us: 

PO BOX 2181, Slidell, LA  70459

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