Organized Noize are very concerned about the ongoing problems with police violence against African-Americans. In their new video for “We the Ones,” the veteran ATL producers are calling for action to stand up against violence and oppression.

Directed by Trevor Kane, the visual features various footage from Black Lives Matters protests in Atlanta and around the world. We see different images of demonstrators hold up signs that reads, “My Life Matters” and “Liberty and Justice for All.”

Meanwhile, the production trio of Ray Murray, Sleepy Brown and Rico Wade are featured in dark silhouettes throwing on hoodies (in tribute to Trayvon Martin), raising their fists and clapping for justice.

"We the Ones" if from Organized Noize's seven-track, self-titled EP. The collection includes the hard-hitting, haunting opener “Anybody Out There” and the nostalgic ballad “Awesome Lovin."

Watch Organized Noize's video above and raise your fists in the air.