“It is not enough to be not racist, you must actively be anti racist” - Angela Davis
We hear you. We see you. We support you.
We stand against racism and hate. The struggle for justice and equity continues and we will continue to raise awareness and provide resources for taking action. Now is the time for all of us to be better.
Be Heard- Use Your Voice
If You Can Safely, Attend a Protest
Throughout history, mass protesting has been synonymous with political change. Protesting doesn’t mean violence. Getting out to protest and having your voice heard shows solidarity in numbers which urges the importance for change to happen. The inclination to protest in support is here, the seriousness that dangers the Black community needs to be heard.
Although we are in the midst of a pandemic, if you do attend, please be safe. Keeping distance is near impossible during a protest, so wear a mask and remember to sanitize your hands when contacting others or surfaces. If you feel ill, have symptoms of corona virus, have been exposed, or been around people high risk of contracting the virus, do stay at home.
Social media has been a helpful resource to finding protests. Twitter and Facebook has listed organized protests within your area under events.
Be Kind- Lend a Hand
Show your support by directly donating to organizations or legal funds that actively promote equality for the Black community. Any donation is a donation, and no matter what will support your cause of choice.
Provides legal assistance wherever civil liberties are at risk.
Provides resources for black/brown communities, including hiring defense attorneys for anyone arrested protesting police brutality. Know your Rights also pays legal fees for protestors in Minneapolis.
Dedicated to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the U.S. They challenge racial and economic injustices and protect human rights for the vulnerable.
Be Conscious- Learn More
educate yourself, educate others
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Stories from across the black diaspora