For 12 years, Britney Spears has been denied basic human rights under a conservatorship reserved for incapacitated individuals. Complete the below action items to effect change for Britney and others affected by conservatorship abuse.
Come show your support during Britney’s conservatorship hearing. Meet outside Stanley Mosk Courthouse (110 N Grand Ave) in downtown Los Angeles on August 19 at 12:30 PM. Please wear a face covering and observe social distancing guidelines.
If you cannot join, promote the rally on social media.
Our love for Britney goes way beyond the music. Revenue generated by the brand inevitably funds the conservatorship. As a form of symbolic protest and to weaken incentives keeping the arrangement in place, please refrain from buying and streaming Britney songs and from supporting any organization that licenses her music or image, like the popup museum Britney The Zone, until Britney is free.
Britney cannot legally hire her own attorney to advocate for her freedom, and her court-appointed attorney Samuel Ingham III has no incentive to recommend ending the conservatorship.
Demand an independent audit of Britney’s conservatorship and probate court reforms to eliminate toxic conflicts of interest.
Demand a statewide investigation into the probate court system.
The news media plays a pivotal role in steering the narrative and educating the public. Encourage positive stories about Britney by contacting the editors of media outlets. Writing in your own words is most effective, but feel free to use this email template to contact these publications as a starting point.
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Check out the investigative documentary film The Guardians by Billie Mintz examining the systemic abuse of elderly people.
Check out the “Guardians, Inc.” episode of the Netflix docuseries Dirty Money.
Spread the word! Create a social media post about your favorite Britney memory or why you wouldn’t want the probate court system to take advantage of your family. Design your own custom graphic using Canva, or download one of these graphics — be sure to credit the artist. Use the hashtags #FreeBritney and #EndConservatorshipAbuse.
To donate graphics, message @freebritneyla.
Now share the link to this list so that other advocates can take action!