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Louisiana United International, Inc. (LUI)  is a civil, constitutional, and human rights organization, especially committed to eliminating unlawful discrimination in the state of Louisiana.  That includes all forms of illegal bias against Louisiana residents, including those historically protected as well as the nouveau repressed.

LUI is a nonprofit, membership-based organization, presently operated on an all-volunteer basis. The organization, its leaders, and other active members work diligently to combat and expose public sector corruption within Louisiana. That work regularly calls for in-depth research and investigations as well as state-wide, national and even international outreach.

Membership Benefits

In addition to being part of one of the most effective grassroots, good government advocacy groups in America, LUI members have the benefit of LUI’s commitment to mutual support among members and other compatible advocates.  Plus,  LUI members have priority access to a variety of public service programs that LUI operates independently or in conjunction with close allies.  

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Make no mistake, LUI  is a force to be reckoned with because its leaders are forces to be reckoned with and one of them, Belinda Parker-Brown, is the organization’s CEO.  She co-founded LUI with her husband, Mr. Carl Brown.  As social justice leaders and private individuals, both are  exceptionally compassionate, committed to the cause of justice, knowledgeable, talented, skilled, astute, and visionary.  Both are very  receptive to inclusiveness.  As LUI’s CEO, Parker-Brown works with advocates across a super wide spectrum of philosophies and lawful tactics as long as their first objective is justice as opposed to selfish advancement.

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  • New Abolitionist Movement, Betty Davis - NY

  • Black Autonomy Network Community Organization, Rev. Edward Pinkney - MI

  • Lynne Stewart Committee, Ralph Poynter - NY

  • Black Is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations

  • African People’s Socialist Party, Chairman Omali Yeshitela - FL

  • Keep 28 Campaign, International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement, Kalambayi Andenet – MO

  • New York State Assemblyman, Charles Barron

  • Patrice Lumumba Coalition, Luwezi Kinshasa – London, UK

  • Lisa Davis, Activist - NJ

  • New Afrikan Independence Party, Khalid Raheem - PA

  • National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc.

LUI Press Conference re Position Statement on COVID-19 Death Chambers

LUI Press Conference re Position Statement on COVID-19 Death Chambers

U.S. federal law, including international human rights treaties, have a lot of fancy ways of saying "the punishment should fit the crime." A new Position Statement on COVID-19 and Louisiana's incarceration of African Americans suggests Louisiana officials talking public safety outside that parameter – outside of keeping crime and punishment in proportion . . . are flirting with genocide. A virtual press conference elaborating on that point was conducted by Louisiana United International, Inc. (LUI), a coalition partner of National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. (NJCDLP). "Priorities" covered the event. NJCDLP is the nonprofit corporate sponsor of "Priorities". The related press release with all relevant links are @ LUI's virtual press conference agenda was as follows: 1. Welcome and Commentary by Belinda Parker-Brown, CEO of Louisiana United International, Inc. (LUI), and additional commentators; 2. Overview of LUI's Position Statement with emphasis on the "Principle of Proportionality" as it relates to Public Safety by Zena Crenshaw-Logal, J.D. and Police Chief Gordon L. Wiborg, Jr. (ret); 3. Commentary by Vice Chair Lisa Davis of the Black is Back Coalition with BIBC member and Co-founder of the New Abolitionist Movement, Betty Davis; 4. Q&A; 5. Review of Action Items by Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal and Closing Remarks by Belinda Parker-Brown. ###
COVID 19 Black People Fight Back
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