Sus Records Donating To Help Nyc Police Injustices
Brooklyn based Styles Upon Styles Records (whose roster includes Brendon Moeller, Zac Nelson, Kloke and Hieroglyphic Being) are this January supporting their NYC community by donating 25% of all physical record sales to the National Police Accountability Project. This project supports defendant's attorneys, paralegals and advocates who are dedicated to protecting the human and civil rights of individuals in their encounters with law enforcement. If, like us, you are currently engrossed in Netflix's "Making A Murderer", you're probably shocked & desparing of the US criminal system and it's injustices. This seems a worthy slant on raising awareness and funds.
Find out more on SUS Records and the initiative HERE.
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