W.E.A.P.O.N is a Black Social Power movement group founded by three women: Mary Durr, Jade Harrison and Asia Harrison. W.E.A.P.O.N is an acronym that stands for Women’s Empowerment Against Prison Oppression and Negligent Convictions. W.E.A.P.O.N seeks to bring justice to minority men and women who have been unlawfully detained, injustice prison reforms, and police brutality. We also focus on the mental health of those who are wrongfully convicted and all minorities,as well as educating the youth and feeding the community. Although W.E.A.P.O.N focuses mainly on these dealings with racial injustices that have oppressed those of color, this social movement group still does fight against all forms of racial prejudices and biases against minorities that keeps us from prospering like those who are not black. With diligence, this organization will fight in power to ensure justice is and will be served for all those who have suffered from any form of oppression, negligent conviction, or police brutality. With the help of our communities networking, consistency, and strong will and faith, we will demand change and justice for our communities.