Social Media Toolkit

On September 26, we officially launched the JusticeLA campaign!

That was the beginning of something new.  It’s important that we are sustainable in our efforts and continue to maintain a campaign that is building awareness of #JusticeLANow moving forward.  

We’ve created all types of impactful media from our launch.  We hope that you make a commitment to continue to push the JusticeLA campaign by using these resources.

Feel free to post directly from your own channels or to share from any of our partner organizations. We’ve included sample posts for Facebook and Twitter, key messages, shareable graphics and other resources for you to use on social media.

If you haven’t officially joined JusticeLA, you can click here to submit an application.

What’s Included in the Social Media Toolkit?
Recap Video
Shareable Graphics
Sample Tweets
Sample Facebook Posts
Instagram Photos
Video Thumb

YOUTUBE

  • Share JusticeLA’s campaign launch recap video on YouTube.
  • Make sure to subscribe to JusticeLA’s videos on YouTube by clicking here.

 

TWITTER

Sample Tweets

#LACounty has the largest jail system in the world.  The #JusticeLANow coalition is changing that.

#JusticeLANow is a coalition of organizations and people who want to see our folks free and want our dollars to be invested in our community

#LACounty wants to see our people in cages, but we’re coming together to make sure they know where the people stand.

You’d think having the title of the jail capitol of the world would be enough, but #LACounty is considering spending 3 billion to build more.

The people of California have spoken.  Prop 47 and Prop 57 have shown that we don’t value incarceration.

We urge the members of the @CountyofLA Board of Supervisors to prioritize healing our communities rather than breaking apart families.

39% of women in #LACounty jails are Latina, 35% are Black. #JusticeLANow

Black people make up 8% of L.A. County residents but account for 30% of those incarcerated in #LACounty jails. #JusticeLANow

Latinx people make up 50% of the #LACounty jail population. #JusticeLANow

Since 2008, #LACounty has led the nation in helping to deport over 35,000 migrants and refugees. #JusticeLANow

30% of the #LACounty’s total jail population is suffering from mental illness. #JusticeLANow

Since 1980 California has built 23 jails and one university.

#MentalHealth inmate’s treatment and living conditions have been deemed “unconstitutional” in #LACounty jails. #JusticeLANow

Sharable Twitter Graphics

FACEBOOK

Sample Facebook Posts

#LACounty has the largest jail system in the world. Let’s change that. #NoNewJailsLA

Blacks make up 8% of L.A. County residents but account for 30% of those incarcerated in #LACounty jails. #JusticeLANow #NoNewJailsLA

Latinx make up 50% of the #LACounty jail population. #JusticeLANow #NoNewJailsLA

Since 2008, #LACounty has led the nation in helping to deport over 35,000 migrants and refugees. #JusticeLANow #NoNewJailsLA

30% of the #LACounty’s total jail population is suffering from mental illness. #JusticeLANow #NoNewJailsLA

Since 1980 California has built 23 jails and one university. #NoNewJailsLA

#Reclaim. #Reimagine. #Reinvest. #JusticeLANow

#MentalHealth inmate’s treatment living conditions have been deemed “unconstitutional” in #LACounty jails. #NoNewJailsLA #JusticeLANow

39% of women in #LACounty jails are Latina, 35% are Black. #NoNewJailsLA #JusticeLANow

Sharable Facebook Graphics

INSTAGRAM

 

 

#JusticeLANow

Share our Instagram photos or post your own.  Remember to use the hashtag #JusticeLANow and to tag @JusticeLANow on your photos and we’ll share them too!

Sharable Instagram Graphics