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Empowering and amplifying voices in order to eradicate racial and socioeconomic injustice: On motorcycles.


actionjonze is united by the desire to create meaningful change. through open dialogue, we identify challenges that need attention at the local, state, and federal levels. saving the world seems like an impossible mission, but here’s the first step: telling your story. Our passion is amplifying your voice as a catalyst for positive change while providing a platform to empower community support.

what does that look like?
1. document your story
  • unedited
  • uncensored
  • uncut
2. identify opportunities for actionable change
  • local organizations
  • community support
  • voter education
3. share it with the world
  • real challenges
  • real solutions
  • real change


this sounds great, but how can actionjonze do it all? It won’t be easy, but we have a plan. we’re riding across all 52 states (District of Columbia/Puerto Rico) to raise awareness and tell your stories, but it doesn’t stop there. In each destination, we will highlight organizations that strengthen their communities and fight racial and socioeconomic injustice to spread their message and keep fundraising local.

why motorcycles?

To put it simply, motorcycles are a bridge. There is an unspoken bond between bikers. No matter your gender, race, age, or religion, one thing remains true: motorcycles are for everybody. After all, it’s how most of the crew at actionjonze met. Everyone on our team has boots on the ground. iding for change creates a deliberate and personal connection with our movement. Want to ride along with us? We love that. Follow us on instagram to find out where we are going next!

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motorcycles are a bridge.

listen to stories from real communities

City of College Park
Following the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Rayshard Brooks, Breonna Taylor, and too many others, College Park (GA) Police, Residents, and Elected Officials sat down
for a chat.
Randy Blythe
Q and Lance from actionjonze speak with Randy Blythe, lead vocalist and lyricist of American heavy metal band Lamb of God. Randy is also a supremely talented photographer who has chronicled the protests in and around Richmond, Virginia.
Nicole Buchanan
We speak with Nicole Buchanan, who photographed the aftermath of Rayshard Brooks’ murder by the gun of the Atlanta Police Department, occurring 6.13.20 at a Wendy’s drive-thru line.

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