Monday, September 21, 2020

AAMAN Police Reform Survey

The African Mutual Assistance Network, Inc. (AAMAN), in its capacity as an impartial, neutral and independent nonprofit, humanitarian organization, engages in dialogue with police and governments in numerous cities nationwide. 

This dialogue seeks to limit and prevent suffering among people affected by the use of deadly force on non-threatening and unarmed African-American, Latino, and Indigenous individuals. 

Police mandated to enforce the law in their cities play an important role in that regard since it is their responsibility to serve and protect people and communities and, in particular, to prevent and detect crime, to maintain public order and to protect and assist people in need. 

By taking this important survey, YOUR VOICE WILL BE HEARD! It's time to ACT! 

AAMAN will send you the results of the survey at its end on January 15, 2021. The results of this Survey will be delivered by Special Carrier to Congress on Monday, February 1, 2021; the first day of Black History Month. 

Go to to complete the survey. 

Thank you and Stay Safe! 

Cecil Adams, Jr.,B.Sc. 

CEO and Founder African American Mutual Assistance Network, Inc.

317 4th Street South Suite 289 La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601

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