People United for Justice, a 501(c)4 organization, that brings together communities most impacted by racism and xenophobia to fight against criminalization and police violence in order to create solutions that redefine safety and the role of police. People United for Justice was founded as a continuation of the immigrant justice and criminal justice reform advocacy efforts of Puente Arizona, Center for Neighborhood Leadership, and LUCHA – Living United for Change in Arizona. Since 2013, these organizations have led the fight in Arizona against police violence and racial profiling, defeated 10 of 12 anti-immigrant criminalization bills in the most recent state legislative session, led the community coalition that successfully advocated for a municipal identification card program in the City of Phoenix – the One PHX ID, and led the Bazta Arpaio fight.