Dozens of groups associated with the Black Lives Matter movement spelled out their demands on Monday for the first time, saying they want criminal justice and law enforcement reform, free tuition and forgiveness on student loans.

In a policy agenda titled "A Vision for Black Lives: Policy Demands for Black Power, Freedom and Justice," organizers call for policing and criminal justice reforms.

Some of the changes include an end to militarized police presence at protests and the retroactive decriminalization and immediate release of people convicted of drug offenses, sex work-related offenses and youth offenses.

It also includes a request for the passage of a bill that would create a commission to study reparations for descendants of slaves.

The agenda, compiled by more than 60 organizations associated with the Black Lives Matter movement, includes six demands and 40 recommendations.

"In recent years we have taken to the streets, launched massive campaigns and impacted elections, but our elected leaders have failed to address the legitimate demands of our movement. We can no longer wait," the Movement for Black Lives wrote.

The document also calls for changes in U.S. educational policy including free tuition and retroactive forgiveness on federal student loans.

A website, which would include guidance for groups and action items for local, state, and federal leaders, is in the works, the groups said.