Ways To Support The Black Lives Matter Movement
There are several tangible ways we can act to be a part of the change and stand together in solidarity. Check out these ones.
We believe that every form of racism and discrimination should be eradicated.
In order to create real lasting change and fight the fight against systemic racism, we need to embrace the role of agents of change.
There are several tangible ways we can act to be a part of the change and stand together in solidarity.
To get you started, we put together some resources that can get you informed, help you educate others, or give aid to someone in your community struggling because of inequality.
We will be adding to this list as events evolve, and invite you to email us at email@example.com to share the resources you use to keep informed.
If you want to donate
- George Floyd Memorial Fund
- Black Lives Matter
- Black Visions Collective
- Equal Justice Initiative
- The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC)
- The Audre Lorde Project
- Colors of Change
If you want to demand justice
- Justice for Breonna Taylor Petition
- Justice for George Floyd Petition
- Justice for Tony McDade
- Justice for David McAtee
- Justice for Ahmaud Arbery
If you want to support black-owned businesses
If you want to learn more about the problem
Watch: 13th, If Beale Street Could Talk, See You Yesterday, American Son, When They See Us, King in the Wilderness, Just Mercy, Selma.
Listen: 1619, Code Switch, Seeing White, Five Pandemic Parenting, Lessons with Cindy Wang Brandt, Fare of the Free Child, Integrated Schools Episode: Raising White Kids with Jennifer Harvey
Read: White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo, How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates, From Slavery To Freedom: A History of African Americans by John Hope