Who are we?
Rape Bait and Negro Girls is a human rights mission developing in response to violations of human rights, civil rights, and women's rights in the United States. We specialize in responding to violations commited against African-American descendants of U.S. slavery. This site will be dedicated to community engagement, on-the-ground missions, and pro bono community support.
(We launched! October 06, 2020)
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Woman. Warrior. Advocate.
Founder | Advocate | Humanitarian
A movement within a movement
Bella Caveat began as a dynamic entity with a focus on Millennial women of color. As women of color, and leaders, we are committed to the redress of all human rights and civil rights abuses. We recognize that for women of color to be treated as equal citizens in the United States, the prolific abuses and violations against black men in America must also be central to the work that we do. To this end, we are expanding our blue print of core services to include as a priority an active and robust response to the unjustified murder of black men in the United States.
As an entity, we are actively developing, configuring, and designing a sustainable entity that can be safely launched under the new and uncertain reality of COVID-19. We bear the weight that our individual and collective skills are needed now. And, when needed or asked, we have stepped away from our collective aim of launching this entity to aid efforts already underway.
We grieve with the families of the black men who were most recently murdered: your injury is our injury – and we are fighters, unrelenting in our pursuit of justice.
The Rape Bait and Negro Girls initiatives (yes, plural) will be launched in coordination with the for-profit stealth startup Bella Caveat, as a response dedicated to the absence of meaningful redress for African-Americans victimized by racism, violence, and sex crimes in the United States.
We are three distinct communities:
§ This site: rapebaitandnegrogirls.info – will be dedicated to community engagement, on the ground missions, and pro bono services
§ The second site (launching 10.06.2020) – will be dedicated to for-profit and funding services, and
§ The third site (launching 10.06.2020) – will be the main enterprise site, which connects to our corporate parent
We are three but we are unified in our mission: justice, compassion, and redress for victims for whom justice has been long denied.
The outcry was so great for immediate justice in the recent killings of black men that the team of Bella Caveat who have been building and organizing the entity in stealth mode for a few years were urged to disclose the justice projects sooner rather than later. (Of course, we are also participating as asked and needed right now, putting our own plans aside to help our community.)
This will be a safe space. Those whose cries have gone unheard and answered will find refuge within our community.
We are so pleased to at long last be closer to opening our hearts to you.
The phrase Rape Bait and Negro Girls was first used by the Founder to describe how she was treated as a black female student at New York Law School. October 6, 2014, she was attacked by a white male student as she exited the women’s bathroom. She has fought for justice unaided, alone, and even while injured and suffering immediately after the attack occurred.
A white male law professor would go on to tell a group meeting on campus about the then recent unlawful murders of black people in the U.S. that a civil rights movement, such as the 1960s movements, would not happen in their lifetime. She declined to listen further, and left as the law school's Dean began to speak. She would not stay silent or be inactive as black people are victimized, and she would not remain seated while attendees were indoctrinated to believe that they must accept that black people will be killed and raped with abandon in the United States.
A movement was born.
We are as bold as our name, and we are not afraid to be the revolution:
Black people are not rape bait, negroes, moving targets, or chattel.