I really don't have a lot to add here. The prison industrial complex, housing and education inequity, and the racial injustices perpetuated by these systems -- it's awful and must be dismantled with a newer system in its place.
One thing I will add, that I have just recently learned, is the history of the second amendment. Because of the NRA, and the violent response to the Civil Rights Movement, a different interpretation of the language itself was pushed along. The amendment states:
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
The first clause was critical in clarifying the meaning of the "right to bear Arms". Linguistic and historical experts have argued that the phrase "bear Arms" in fact refers to bearing arms in the context of a regulated State Militia. This amendment does not limit gun control laws or guarantee individuals the right to own any weapon they want. Instead it guarantees States the sovereignty to form their own Militia with the weapons of their choosing.
However, the NRA pushed forward a limited reading of 2A, one that emphasized the word "people" above all else. The court case DC vs. Heller caused that interpretation to be codified, overturning 220 years of precedent, because the Supreme Court did not understand what an Ablative Absolute clause, as the text's language has roots in Latin.
We have to push for a comprehensive system that brings outdated systems, and language, into the future.