If you’ve ever seen a meme depicting a mug shot, you’re familiar with the mug shots that accompany each mug shot.
They’re usually used in court proceedings and often accompany an arrest.
They also play a key role in sentencing.
But a new meme is trying to change that by showing the faces of the people accused of crimes, which is not a bad thing.
The mugshot meme, which has already been seen on the official White House website, is being made by a new organization called the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
It’s titled “The Lawyer Mugshot.”
It shows photos of people accused or convicted of criminal activity, including mug shots of defendants, their families, and other public figures.
“Mugshots of individuals accused of serious crimes are a powerful way to spotlight the injustice and injustice is not something that should be hidden from the public,” the group’s director, Marc Randazza, told The Huffington Post.
“The Lawyers’ Meme is a way for us to reach out to our own community and the rest of the world to express our concern and to say we need to take this seriously.”
The group hopes to raise awareness of the injustices of the criminal justice system by making memes that depict those facing the same accusations and sentencing disparities as those accused of the same crimes.
“It’s a way to make sure people know that they’re not alone and we’re fighting for fairness and justice,” Randazzas mother, Barbara, said.
Randazza said the group is not looking to capitalize on the “joke” that is the Trump Administration’s proposed travel ban.
The ban was put forward by the Trump administration as part of the “Muslim Ban,” which included a restriction on people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
The Justice Department later said the ban did not apply to citizens of those countries.
“We’re not taking any shot at the president, but what we are doing is a call for transparency in the system,” Randzas mom said.
The Lawyers Committee for Criminal Rights Under Larceny (LCRCL) says the meme was created in response to the recent acquittal of a Black man in a 2014 case where the jury found he had committed a burglary and theft.
It showed the mugshot of the Black man, who was acquitted.
The Justice Department has declined to comment on the meme.
In the new meme, the mugshots are captioned with phrases such as “Mugshot,” “Murdered,” and “Drowned.”
In the photo, the man is wearing a gray shirt and pants and holding a sign that reads, “Don’t give in to the mob.”
The meme also includes a list of mugshots of other people accused by the same accused of similar crimes, including an image of a mugshot that showed a woman accused of theft with the words “Dirty Mugs.”
“This meme seeks to educate the public about the systemic racism that is endemic to the criminal-justice system and to show that it’s important to resist it,” Randzan said.
“We need to show how these injustices impact the lives of everyone who is accused of a crime.
This is how we can end the injustice.””
The Lawyers Meme” will debut in a new book coming out later this year titled, “Muckraking: The Case Against Police Brutality,” and it has already generated positive response from social media.
The book was published last month.
“As a Black attorney, I have long been inspired by the bravery of the black lawyers who stand up for themselves and for the rights of the accused,” said author David Corn.
“The new Lawyer Meme has given us a powerful tool to tell the stories of those facing unjust trials.
I hope this meme will inspire others to speak out, too.”
The Lawyers Association, which represents Black lawyers, is calling on the Justice Department to reverse the ban on public access to mugshots.
“This is a powerful reminder that we’re not just the ones in prison,” said lawyer and attorney for the Legal Aid Justice Center, Jennifer Davis.
“There are hundreds of thousands of people who have been incarcerated who are innocent and deserve justice.
We are here to protect their civil rights.”
Randazz as the head of the Lawyers Committee says the group believes “that these images are a tool for our fellow Americans to communicate the importance of standing up to police brutality and racial injustice.”